cytopathological


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cytopathology

 [si″to-pah-thol´o-je]
the study of cells in disease; cellular pathology.

cy·to·path·o·log·ic

, cytopathological (sī'tō-path'ō-loj'ik, -loj'i-kăl),
1. Denoting cellular changes in disease.
2. Relating to cytopathology.

cytopathological

[sītōpath′olojikal]
relating to, or characterizing, cytopathology.

cy·to·path·o·log·ic

, cytopathological (sī'tō-path-ŏ-loj'ik, -i-kăl)
1. Denoting cellular changes in disease.
2. Relating to cytopathology.

cytopathological, cytopathologic

relating to cytopathology; denoting the changes in cells in disease.
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1) Moreover, no standardization exists for the cytopathological classification of oral premalignant and malignant lesions, (1) as exists for the cervix.
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Mumps infection during the course of childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) treatment has been reported to have a mild course and this was related to the intrinsic low cytopathological effect of the virus, contrasting with the severe course of measles and Varicella zoster virus infections in immunocompromised patients.
12) Briefly, Ridley-Jopling's five group classification system is based on clinical, bacteriological and cytopathological findings, and WHO classification is based on clinical and skin smear test findings.
Request forms should specify whether separate specimens have been submitted for culture and for cytopathological or histopathological examination, or whether laboratory staff must divide the specimen.