cytologist


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cytologist

 [si-tol´o-jist]
a specialist in cytology.

cy·tol·o·gist

(sī-tol'ō-jist),
One who specializes in cytology.

cytologist

[sītol′əjist]
a biologist who specializes in the study of cells, especially one who uses cytological techniques in the differential diagnosis of neoplasms.

cy·tol·o·gist

(sī-tol'ŏ-jist)
One who specializes in cytology.

cytologist

a specialist in cytology.
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Further studies are needed to confirm that cytologists should distinguish these cases from cases with indeterminate features that measure larger than 1 cm, which may have a significantly different risk of malignancy.
Still in fear, the patient sent his slides to a renowned cytologist and author of two books on the subject.
Dr Morton, a cytologist, was on duty at Stirling Royal Infirmary when she heard schoolchildren had been injured when a gunman opened fire during their gym lesson.
The Cell-CT platform has the potential to enable the non-invasive early detection of serious diseases such as lung cancer, while transforming the role of the cytologist," commented Dr.
Initially, the Bethesda diagnostic category of atypical squamous cells of undetermined significance (ASC-US) was redefined in 2001 to allow the cytologist to flag a case as atypical without committing to a diagnosis of SIL.
APPEAL LAUNCH: Chief medical scientist Paula Taplin and clinical cytologist Dennis Williams with a pamphlet on the pounds 30,000 ThinPrep processor.
Reports are sent to the Cancer Registry both from the treating physician and from the pathologist or cytologist.
Most recently, he visited ARS cytologist William P.
Goodspeed, the Nicotiana cytologist in the Department of Botany at UC Berkeley, was her advisor.
Dr Morton, a cytologist at the hospital, faced an agonising wait like other parents for news of her daughter as the hospital battled with casualties.
The AIPS system provides the cytologist with computerized assistance in the evaluation and review of conventionally and fluorescently stained cytology specimens.
Clinical cytologist Dennis Williams said: "The Alma Factor has meant we have seen a big increase in the numbers of women coming in for smear tests.