histopathologist

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histopathologist

A physician with formal training (in the UK, 5.5 years; in the US, more than 3 years) in histopathology, who is eligible or certified by the Royal College of Pathologists, the American Board of Pathology, or another professional body to interpret histologic changes by light microscopy.
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- The writer is consultant anatomic pathologist, National Reference Laboratory, UAE, adjunct assistant professor, College of Medicine and Health Science, UAE University and, member of the National Taskforce for Breast Cancer and Cervical Cancer Screening, Health Authority Abu Dhabi
He worked for many years as an Anatomic Pathologist at Wellington Hospital and was its Clinical Director until 1998 when he became Professor of Pathology and Molecular Medicine at the Wellington School of Medicine.
Anatomic Pathologist will be available for consultation as needed
Usharani Ganugapati, anatomic pathologist, for her figures and teaching.
When an anatomic pathologist examines a slide or a diagnostic image, she or he uses the cognitive steps of the process known as pattern recognition.
John Carpenter, an anatomic pathologist at Cytolab Pathology Services in Lynnwood, Wash., cites the cost of contamination as an additional concern.
A toxicological anatomic pathologist for an international drug company, Radi examines cyclooxygenases (COX) in order to fill a gap in the pathophysiology and toxicology of prostanoids.
She emigrated in 1975 after working as an anatomic pathologist. She also worked as a pathologist in Israel before moving to the United States where she practiced as a senior medical examiner for twenty-two years in the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) of New York.
Today, an anatomic pathologist without specialized expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of a particular disease consults or, more often, does not consult with other physicians and/or pathologists locally available.
Finally, specific measures were used to evaluate special situations, such as performance of medical procedures performed by the anatomic pathologist (eg, fine-needle biopsy) or low-volume, infrequent activity (eg, method validation for immunohistochemistry and other ancillary tests).
Furthermore, a greater number of residents believe that the future practice as an anatomic pathologist will be more interesting/rewarding than the future practice as a pathologist who selects clinical chemistry as the focus of her/his career (144 of 336 [43%] agreed versus 77 of 336 [23%] disagreed).