As regards the attendance of core team there was 100% attendance by the Radiation and Medical Oncologists as well as Gynaecologists but only 50% meetings could be attended by the Histopathologists
due to their commitment at some other forum (table-1).
T2 carcinoma of the tongue: the histopathologist
, Dr Robert Stirling said: "Sheila is the best mortuary technician I have ever worked with.
More than 4,600 biopsies and tissue samples had to be re-examined after colleagues raised concerns about the histopathologist
, who has not been named.
It was revealed yesterday that two patients given negative results by Dr Roger Williams, now a former consultant histopathologist
at Wrexham Maelor Hospital, later died.
The panel was told that Dr Dibdin's "error rate" was "significantly in excess of that expected of a reasonably competent and careful consultant histopathologist
of your experience".
Dr Louise Brown, consultant histopathologist
at the hospital, said: "It is a very sophisticated microscope which we will use to look at tissues for the diagnosis and management of cancers.
Dr Michael Ashworth, consultant paediatric histopathologist
, told the inquest tests showed the baby had suffered no injury.
Ye Lin Hock, consultant histopathologist
at the hospital who led the study, is calling for all hospitals to carry out more systematic checks to reduce mistakes.
Dr Laszlo Karsai, consultant histopathologist
, conducted the post-mortem examination and found that despite Sammie's alcohol dependency, she was "a healthy young woman".
A total of 26 inquests, which have been opened and adjourned, are currently on hold after issues were raised about the quality of post mortems carried out by Dr Khalid Ahmed, who was sacked from his job last month as a consultant histopathologist
for Pennine Acute NHS Trust at the Royal Oldham Hospital .
All liver samples were placed in formalin solution for histological analysis and were examined by an experienced histopathologist