cytotechnology


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cytotechnology

(sī″tŏ-tĕk-nŏl′ō-jē)
Microscopic examination of cells to identify abnormalities.
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Kenyan laboratory technologists are trained in gynecologic cytology at the Loma Linda University (Loma Linda, California) School of Allied Health Professions' cytotechnology program.
1999, "Disposable bioreactor for cell culture using wave induced agitation," Cytotechnology.
Even those studying to enter the occupation don't always understand what they're getting into, says Joe Walker, a cytotechnology education coordinator at Albany College in New York.
In FY 2004, programs providing med-tech training were not eligible for funding if they provided training for histotechnology, cytotechnology, or nursing (not an allied health discipline).
Rapid improvements in cytotechnology and in information transmission capabilities should quickly lead to improved feasibility of single-visit programs for high-grade cervical lesions, Dr.
Advances in cytotechnology and improvements in information transmission capabilities are occurring rapidly and should quickly lead to improved feasibility of single-visit programs for high-grade cervical lesions, Dr.
The college also offers a doctor of pharmacy and master's degree programs in pharmacy administration; health outcomes research; pharmaceutical sciences; biotechnology; cytotechnology and molecular cytology; and biotechnology-cytotechnology.
Participants in the conference included working group members, representatives from national cytopathology and cytotechnology organizations, the federal government, and individuals who accepted invitations after completing the online survey.
2006, "Introduction to animal cell culture technology--past, present and future" , Cytotechnology, 50: 1-7.
Ham Benghuzzi, professor and interim chair of cytotechnology and chairman of health sciences.
The American Society for Clinical Pathology (ASCP), in its 2000 wage and vacancy survey, reported that vacancies in cytotechnology are at 45% in the Northeast region of the country and 33% in the Far West.