anatomicopathologic

an·a·tom·i·co·path·o·log·ic

(an'ă-tom'i-kō-path'ŏ-loj'ik),
Relating to anatomical pathology.
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an·a·tom·i·co·path·o·log·ic

(an'ă-tom'i-kō-path'ŏ-loj'ik)
Relating to anatomic pathology.
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According to the classification developed by Alver et al.,2 which was based upon anatomicopathologic findings, the most common volvulus type was type 1 A (ileum revolved around the sigmoid colon in the clockwise direction) in the elderly and nonelderly groups of the present study, and these findings were compatible with the published literature.2,4,5 However, in another classification system that used preoperative and operative criteria that are correlated with mortality, advanced age (60 years and older) was admitted as a risk factor.16 On the other hand, the most common volvulus degree was 360o in both groups of this series, and these findings are comparable with previous studies.2,4,5
Data sets may include genomic information such as single nucleotide polymorphisms, clinical history, and laboratory, imaging, and anatomicopathologic parameters.
Anatomicopathologic investigation revealed the presence of a giant-cell tumor.
Anatomicopathologic examination revealed that the fibrous lesion contained numerous giant cells, again confirming our diagnosis of brown tumor.