histopathology

(redirected from histopathologic)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Encyclopedia.

histology

 [his-tol´o-je]
that department of anatomy dealing with the minute structure, composition, and function of tissues. adj., adj histolog´ic, histolog´ical.
pathologic histology the science of diseased tissues.

his·to·pa·thol·o·gy

(his'tō-pă-thol'ŏ-jē),
The science or study dealing with the cytologic and histologic structure of abnormal or diseased tissue.

histopathology

(hĭs′tō-pə-thŏl′ə-jē, -pă-)
n.
The study of the microscopic anatomical changes in diseased tissue.

his′to·path′o·log′ic (-păth′ə-lŏj′ĭk), his′to·path′o·log′i·cal adj.
his′to·path′o·log′i·cal·ly adv.
his′to·pa·thol′o·gist n.

histopathology

[his′tōpəthol′əjē]
Etymology: Gk, histos, tissue, pathos, disease, logos, science
the study of diseases involving the tissue cells.

histopathology

The hospital-based specialty which renders diagnoses based on tissues removed during various operative interventions and procedures—e.g., endoscopy, biopsy, resections. British histopathologists have trained for over five years as specialist registrars, are on the GMC’s specialist register and are fellows of the Royal College of Pathologists.

histopathology

Anatomic pathology, tissue pathology The field that studies diseased tissue by microscopic examination of tissues

his·to·pa·thol·o·gy

(his'tō-pă-thol'ŏ-jē)
The science or study dealing with the cytologic and histologic structure of abnormal or diseased tissue.

histopathology

The microscopic study of disease processes in tissues.

Histopathology

The study of diseased tissues at a minute (microscopic) level.
Mentioned in: Prostate Cancer

histopathology (hisˈ·tō·p·thäˑ·l·jē),

n the study of diseased tissue, with a focus on changes that are anatomically microscopic.

his·to·pa·thol·o·gy

(his'tō-pă-thol'ŏ-jē)
The science or study dealing with the cytologic and histologic structure of abnormal or diseased tissue.

histopathology (his´tōpəthol´əjē),

n the microscopic study of abnormal tissue and organs at the cellular level.

histopathology

pathological histology.
References in periodicals archive ?
Histopathologic results were followed up by the performing radiologist and the radio-pathologic concordance was assessed.
We identified the historical presence of histopathologic features within the IPAF criteria, as documented below, and patients were designated as having IPAF if they fulfilled the ERS/ATS classification criteria for IPAF.
The objective of this study was to report the frequency of various histo-morphological lesions in cholecystectomy specimens and to highlight the importance of histopathologic examination of each and every specimen of gall bladder.
Table 3 shows the comparison between pap smear and histopathologic findings.
The clinical signs, response to treatment, macroscopic, radiographic and histopathologic findings was consistent with the diagnosis of nasal granuloma in Gir cattle.
The present study was conducted to determine the frequency and age specific incidence rate pattern of different histopathologic subtypes of breast cancer in Iran from 2005 to 2006 and compare different incidence rate change patterns with Iran's neighboring countries and western countries and finally discuss probable main factors.
The objective of this study was to describe the histopathologic alterations observed in the gills of specimens of the species Astyanax fasciatus (Cuvier, 1819) and Cyanocharax alburnus (Hensel, 1870), to determine if there is a relation between the severity of the alterations and environmental degradation and to test if this type of alteration can be utilised as a tool for the evaluation of water quality in monitoring programmes.
Histopathologic examination showed severe necrosis and inflammation of the upper and lower respiratory tracts.
Working vets and any college-level holding strong in advanced veterinary science must have Skin Diseases of the Dog and Cat: Clinical and Histopathologic Diagnosis, now updated to its second edition and including black and white and color photos to aid in diagnosis and treatment.
This case highlights that histopathologic abnormalities of the lung parenchyma may be present in patients with only mild symptoms and that clinical progression is likely a function of both the duration and intensity of exposure.
While most are likely to be aware of the more common histopathologic subtypes of BCC (superficial, nodular, micronodular, infiltrating, and sclerosing), many may be unaware of other less common ones.
Histopathologic Changes of Rat Tracheal Mucosa Following Formaldehyde Exposure