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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These stained smears were examined by an experienced cytopathologist of our institute and classified into four major categories including benign, malignant, suspicious of malignancy and unsatisfactory aspirate.
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Knowledge by the otolaryngologist of the potential for misdiagnosis on FNA sampling should prompt communication with the cytopathologist when the diagnosis is a consideration.
Specimens collected from inguinal lymph nodes by fine needle aspiration were submitted to a commercial laboratory for evaluation by a cytopathologist.
Subsequently, a cytopathologist can play a key role on the diagnostic team.
21] In addition, the diagnostic quality of aspirated specimens has improved with inclusion of a cytotechnologist or cytopathologist on the IGPNB team.
Urine cytology has historically had the problems of a low sensitivity for well-differentiated tumors and requirement of an experienced cytopathologist for diagnosis.
Whatever the facts of this particular failure of diagnosis, a psychological analysis of the task facing a cytopathologist engaged in the classification of cervical smears, and of the procedures at present adopted, indicates that this episode was an accident waiting to happen.
Kyto Diagnostics of New City, New York, a large private lab run by a prominent cytopathologist, Ralph Richart, reported average workloads of 35,000 cases per screener last year--nearly three times what the cytology society thinks is safe.
He is a board-certified anatomic pathologist and cytopathologist with experience in oncology, micro-biology and molecular diagnostics.