dual pathology

dual pathology

The finding of two distinct pathologies in the same patient and on the same glass slide.

Dual pathologies (RCPath Part 2 exam)
Carcinoid and dysplasia; endometriosis and Arias-Stella reaction; cystic fibrosis and amyloid; emphysema (rule out alpha 1 antitrypsin deficiency) and sarcoidosis.
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This implies that patients with dual pathology are very frequently treated in two facilities (parallel treatment model): a mental health care center and a center for addiction.
To general differences with dual pathology patients (Group II) and clinician appreciation, it showed significant differences in most dimensions of the SF-36 scale (all Fs(58) > 5.
Dual pathology of adenomyosis and leiomyomas were noted in 29% of patients in present study similar to studies by Denligdish et al [26], Rizvi et al [27].
Focal cortical dysplasias: surgical outcome in 67 patients in relation to histological subtypes and dual pathology.
The dual pathology of idiopathic hypoparathyroidism and thyrotoxicosis has been described previously in the literature, beginning in 1962.
Although our literature review did not turn up a similar case of dual pathology in the same group of lymph nodes, we did find a number of reports of the coexistence of tuberculosis and cancer in parts of the body other than the lymph nodes.
Clinical guideline for the treatment of dual pathology in the adult population.
The review of available studies on patients with dual ADHD, the aim of which was to draw up clinical practice guidelines for the treatment of dual pathology in the adult population (San & Arranz, 2016), has for the first time allowed the formulation of treatment recommendations for patients with ADHD and SUD.
This publishing house is previewing the content of the future Clinical Practice Guide for the Treatment of Dual Pathology, by which we understand the coexistence of psychoactive substance use disorder (SUD) alongside other psychiatric diagnoses, and which is more commonly known as "dual diagnosis" or "dual pathology".
The term dual pathology refers to psychopathological phenotypes in which an association of genetic and environmental factors is postulated.