anatomopathologic

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anatomopathologic

adjective Pertaining to the gross and microscopic findings of a disease.
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The diagnosis of JP is often difficult, because of its clinical and anatomopathological resemblance to other, more common, benign lesions in this age group.
We concluded that, based on the anatomopathological and immunohistochemical findings, the definitive diagnosis in this cockatiel was well-differentiated leiomyosarcoma.
We evaluated all the clinical and anatomopathological characteristics described in the clinical history and in the autopsy report during the period described.
After anatomopathological and immunohistochemical examinations, we requested several laboratory tests, which showed an increase in the IgG4 serum count.
Dermatology Service was interconsulted, and a skin biopsy was performed obtaining anatomopathological findings compatible with calciphylaxis (Fig.
The radiological findings and anatomopathological features highlighted the need to find an underlying malignant lesion in our patient.
Mesothelioma in Domestic Animals: Cytological and Anatomopathological Aspects, Mesotheliomas - Synonyms and Definition, Epidemiology, Etiology, Pathogenesis, Cyto-Histopathological Features, Clinic, Diagnosis, Treatment, Prognosis, Dr Alexander Zubritsky (Ed.), ISBN: 978-953-307-845-8, InTech.
Acute toxicity by water containing hexavalent or trivalent chromium in native Brazilian fish, Piaractus mesopotamicus: anatomopathological alterations and mortality.
The diagnosis of pituitary adenoma was confirmed by anatomopathological examination.
In the anatomopathological review, one case was downgraded and one was upgraded regarding the pathological staging, and there were four alterations in the report from compromised surgical margin (SM+) to free surgical margin (SM-), and vice versa.