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histologist

 [his-tol´o-jist]
one who specializes in histology.

his·tol·o·gist

(his-tol'ŏ-jist),
One who specializes in the science of histology.
Synonym(s): microanatomist

histologist

[histol′əjist]
a medical scientist who specializes in the study of the structure of organ tissues, including the composition of cells and their organization into various body tissues. See also histology.

histologist

(1) Any person who studies tissues. In the working medical parlance, histologist and pathologist are interchangeable terms.
 
(2) A non-physician who prepares tissues for light and/or electron microscopic examination, who is not certified by the examination(s) sponsored by the American Society for Clinical Pathologists (ASCP).

his·tol·o·gist

(his-tol'ŏ-jist)
One who specializes in the science of histology.
Synonym(s): microanatomist.

histologist

one who specializes in histology.
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However, those laboratories in which 1 or more histologists reportedly performed gross specimen examination showed a trend toward less productivity (6163 blocks per FTE per year) than that of laboratories in which this examination was not performed (6324 blocks per FTE per year).
A Spanish histologist, Santiago Ramon y Cajal (1852-1934), improved on Golgi's stain, and by 1889 had worked out the cellular structure of the brain and spinal cord in detail, firmly establishing the neuron theory.
Returning to Breslau, Ehrlich was impressed by several outstanding histologists, physiologists, pathologists, and bacteriologists, including Weigert, Julius Cohnheim, Rudolf Heidenhain, and Ferdinand Cohn.
While you don't need to be able to perform a chest x-ray, cut tissue like a histologist, or perform a manual differential on bone marrow, you should be able to provide employees with the tools they need to perform their jobs effectively.
Morphologists (anatomists, histologists, cell biologists, electron microscopists, pathologists and others) have for some time been using and developing quantitative approaches that have made it possible to estimate the regular composition of various organs and tissues, as well as to verify how external agents or diseases can modify the structure.
3Scan is delivering high-precision, cell-to- organ insight through a 3D pathology robotics platform with equivalent output to thousands of human histologists, all in a hardware footprint smaller than a Tesla.
3Scan is delivering high-precision, cell-to-organ insight through a 3D pathology robotics platform with equivalent output to thousands of human histologists, all in a hardware footprint smaller than a Tesla.
6) Mass spectrometry imaging (MSI) enables histologists to define tissue types by chemical composition rather than structure.
The general structural integrity, meninges, structural integrity and hematoma of the white and grey matter, dura mater bleeding, inflammatory cells, increased vascularization, necrotic areas, and apoptosis were evaluated by 2 independent blinded histologists and graded (0, normal; 1, minimal lesion; 2, moderate lesion; 3, severe lesion; 4, very severe lesion).
Histologists also subdivide the stomach, but into only three regions.
As histologists and cytologists we frequently receive requests lacking critical, and at times, any, clinical information.
To control for variation in scoring between our two histologists (ACAJ and ERP), 20% of the stained slides were independently scored by both observers.