chemical pathologist

chemical pathologist

A medical doctor who is responsible for the clinical direction, management and quality of chemical analysis of blood, urine and other fluids provided by the laboratory, ensuring correct and prompt delivery of results to doctors.
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Stefan Holdenrieder, a senior physician and chemical pathologist at the University Hospital Bonn, is a leading authority on circulating nucleosomes in the blood and their origin and role in cancer.
Despite these factors, the present number of trainees is limited by the current training capacity, because training can be offered only at centers staffed with a chemical pathologist.
Very acute radiation, like that which happened in Chernobyl and to the Japanese workers at the nuclear power station, is unlikely for the population," said Lam Ching-wan, a chemical pathologist at the University of Hong Kong.
Dennis Lo, a chemical pathologist at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and his team developed a way to count how many times each of the mother's healthy and mutated alleles appeared in the blood sample.
All TFTs at this laboratory are validated by a chemical pathologist and released with interpretative comments.
Dr Huw Griffiths, consultant chemical pathologist for trust - leading the study locally - said: "Taking part in the study is entirely voluntary, and patients will be closely monitored by the research team.
Also commended was consultant chemical pathologist Dr Joan Williams, who is currently deputy medical director for Bro Morgannwg NHS Trust and Alva Matthews, who voluntarily provides support for cancer patients and their families.
At the retrial, retired chemical pathologist Dr Glyn Walters, told the court he believed that Christian's osmostat - which regulates the amount of sodium in the body - had been 'reset', leading to the high levels found in his blood.
Dr Glyn Walters, a consultant chemical pathologist, told the Court of Appeal there were a number of features in Christian's case that could not be explained by salt poi-soning, but could be explained by the "resetting of the osmostat".
Dr Glyn Walters, a consultant chemical pathologist, told the Court of Appeal and the jury in the second trial that this condition would explain why high levels of sodium were found in Christian's body.
Dr Glyn Walters, a consultant chemical pathologist, told the Court of Appeal and the jury in this trial that this condition would explain why high levels of sodium were found in Christian's body.
Undaunted, the consultant chemical pathologist and retired chemistry professor in London presents a basically chronological record of what has been claimed as effective over the millennia.