microscopic pathology

microscopic pathology

An obsolete term for histopathology.
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It covers embryology, development, histology, and physiologic morphology; specific types of tumors and their clinical presentation, microscopic pathology, immunohistochemistry, radiologic features, differential diagnosis, and prognosis and treatment; the pathologic effects of therapy; breast pathology in men and children; pathologic changes and clinical complications associated with needling; and processing, pathological examination, and reporting of specimens.
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The microscopic pathology revealed dermis as the location of neoplasm.
2,15) These differential diagnoses may be distinguished based on a combination of clinical findings, gross and microscopic pathology, radiologic findings and immunohistochemistry.
The microscopic pathology of CMV infected cells, known as its viral cytopathic effect, is quite characteristic and can be well appreciated in Figure 1.
Total gross and microscopic pathology in each group were 46% and 94% respectively in IUGR group as compared to 8% each in control group.
Anatomic pathology has a long history in modern medicine, dating back to Giovanni Morgagni (1682-1771), who is considered its father, and to Rudolf Virchow (1821-1902), who is considered the father of microscopic pathology.
For example, the procedure performed on Little, called Mohs surgery, involves slicing off a skin cancer in layers under local anesthesia, with microscopic pathology performed between each "stage'' until the growth has been removed.
Two week later, the patient underwent a laparoscopic surgery and excision of the right adrenal mass, with gross and microscopic pathology confirming pheochromocytoma (Fig.
This study reports the gross and microscopic pathology of naturally occurring neoplasms in adult pigeons that were presented for necropsy at the Indiana Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory from 2001 to 2011.
This report deals with the incidence, and gross and microscopic pathology of telangiectasis of beef cattle slaughtered in Tabriz slaughterhouse.
More than 150 color illustrations illuminate details of gross and microscopic pathology.

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