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the study of cells in disease; cellular pathology.
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, cytopathological (sī'tō-path'ō-loj'ik, -loj'i-kăl),
1. Denoting cellular changes in disease.
2. Relating to cytopathology.
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, cytopathological (sī'tō-path-ŏ-loj'ik, -i-kăl)
1. Denoting cellular changes in disease.
2. Relating to cytopathology.
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With respect to the cytopathological findings and vaginal microbiota, no differences were observed between HTLV-1-infected and uninfected women.
Data analysis showed an association between the oncogenic potential of the virus and the cytopathological grade of cervical lesions (chi-square test = 23.8298, p = 0.000086, p < 0.05).
Carneiro et al., "Oral candidiasis in patients with psoriasis: correlation of oral examination and cytopathological evaluation with psoriasis disease severity and treatment," Journal of the American Academy of Dermatology, vol.
The histopathological diagnosis was considered as gold standard and the cytopathological findings obtained from all the cases were compared with the respective histopathological findings.
Appropriate assessment of a new lump includes completion of the "triple assessment", which involves a thorough clinical examination, appropriate radiological investigation, and cytopathological confirmation of the finding.
[13] reported that patients who diagnosed pancreatic TB after cytopathological confirmation had imaging features of vascular invasion by the pancreatic head mass.
Botticelli, "Cytopathological and chemico-physical analyses of smears of mucosa surrounding oral piercing," Oral Diseases, vol.
Cytopathological Examination and Epidemiological Study of Cervicitis in Commercial Sex Workers (Csws) in Coal City (Enugu), Nigeria.
Cytopathological alterations stimulated by these processes were also investigated through the staining of MDCK cells with haematoxylin and eosin.
Cytopathological alterations observed under light and electron microscopy revealed that the degree of responses were different in different fish tissues as well as under conditions, here in particular effects in stomach were more prominent in laboratory condition.
The cytopathological appearance of the aspirate turned out to be typical of Hydatid Cyst.