cytopathologist


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cytopathologist

 [si″to-pah-thol´o-jist]
an expert in the study of cells in disease; a cellular pathologist.

cy·to·pa·thol·o·gist

(sī'tō-pa-thol'ō-jist),
A physician, usually skilled in anatomic pathology, who is specially trained and experienced in cytopathology.

cytopathologist

/cy·to·pa·thol·o·gist/ (-pah-thol´ah-jist) an expert in cytopathology.

cy·to·pa·thol·o·gist

(sī'tō-pă-thol'ŏ-jist)
A physician specially trained and experienced in cytopathology.

cytopathologist

an expert in the study of cells in disease; a cellular pathologist.
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2) In short, expert cytopathologists and cytotechnologists were recruited to become part of 5 working groups that studied the survey data on different aspects of quality assurance.
Sometimes this information is not available, and sometimes it is, but the cytopathologist is blinded to the information for the purpose of the study.
Cytopathologists and cytotechnologists in attendane addressed the format of the Pap report as well as the categories and descriptive diagnoses typically used in Pap result reporting.
Navin is director of cytology, past member of the board of directors and treasurer of Straub Clinic, as well as a cytopathologist for Pan Pacific Pathologists, Inc.
Laboratory rates of ASCUS will vary depending on the patient population, diagnostic criteria, and experience and skill of the cytotechnologist or cytopathologist.
Although not a guideline recommendation, some pathology departments may send a cytopathologist or cytotechnologist to provide immediate consultation in the clinic or interventional radiology suite regarding adequacy of specimens obtained by needle biopsy procedures.
Dr Fischer and colleagues conclude their paper with comments on a new breed of cytopathologist, the "interventional cytopathologist," and end up providing us with 2 added bonuses, sharing with us their views on thyroid molecular testing and targeting therapies based on cytology samples.
This new technology provides pathologists with very, very high information content from stained sections of tissue specimens-not just in terms of the ability to resolve morphologic detail, but also in terms of the combination of morphology with quantitative analysis," explained William Geddie MD, cytopathologist and Director of Immunohistochemistry at the hospitals of University Health Network, in Toronto, Ontario.
AGH's cytopathology division, headed by nationally/internationally recognized cytopathologist Jan F.
After specialised staining the slides are examined by a breast cytopathologist.
Finally, the diagnosis of cervical disease based solely upon cellular morphology results in a subjective analysis that is highly dependent upon the skills and experience of the cytotechnologist and the cytopathologist.