anatomical pathology

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anatomical pathology

Etymology: Gk, ana, up, temnein, to cut, pathos, disease, logos, science
the study of the effects of disease on the structure of the body.
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An anatomical pathologist from Romania, Musat developed techniques and tools to advance the science of histotechnology, a foundational part of cancer diagnostics.
Colleen Wright, an anatomical pathologist at the National Health Laboratory Services in Port Elizabeth, had specialists and GPs paying close attention at the South African Medical Association's Millennium Development Goals conference this August.
An anatomical pathologist needs to know pathology, general medicine and the more organ-specific conditions -- a wide-ranging specialty.
I hope that these articles will open the door to clinicians and help them to understand what the anatomical pathologist does.
Jeffery Embrey Clinical and Anatomical Pathologist Baylor Medical Center at Irving Irving, TX jefferye@baylorhealth.
Marcia Cohen, CNN Headline News Contributing Medical Correspondent and practicing clinical and anatomical pathologist.
Herbert Ichinose, medical director of Millennium Diagnostics and chief anatomical pathologist at Pendleton Memorial Methodist Hospital.
In such cases, anatomical pathologists confirm the tumor using immune-histochemical, ultrastructural, and local rare chemical properties of the tumors in these patients.
For a number of years Histology dissection has been performed in New Zealand medical laboratories by a diverse workforce ranging from Anatomical Pathologists, Registrars, Medical Laboratory Scientists and Technicians, and Pathology Assistants.
In addition, Life Laboratories also has one clinical pathologist and five anatomical pathologists on staff, each with his own microscope.
Slides are not "read" by anatomical pathologists, they are interpreted.
It will bring together health care scientists, from disciplines as diverse as anatomical pathologists to hearing therapists, to address various issues and share best practice.