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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Julie Prather and Laurie Graham have come up with a unique answer to the age-old question of what sort of business partnership can bring satisfaction and - hopefully - profits, to a cytologist and a molecular biologist.
In most cases of benign or malignant disease, the cytologist suggested a diagnosis, which was also recorded.
Secondly, the slide is much clearer and easier to read for the cytologist which means there is less chance of early-stage cancers slipping through the net.
When a cytologist finds no malignant cells in a sample of the pancreatic juice or tissue obtained from a mucinous tumor, the elderly patient who has been advised to undergo a Whipple procedure faces a dilemma and major life decision.
Reports are sent to the Cancer Registry both from the treating physician and from the pathologist or cytologist.
Recently, he teamed up with cytologist William Wergin and botanist Eric Erbe, both of ARS' Beltsville Agricultural Research Center Nematology Laboratory, to study mites with a sophisticated new technology called low- temperature scanning electron microscopy (LT-SEM).