histopathologist


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histopathologist

A physician with formal training (in the UK, 5.5 years; in the US, more than 3 years) in histopathology, who is eligible or certified by the Royal College of Pathologists, the American Board of Pathology, or another professional body to interpret histologic changes by light microscopy.
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Mr Grey was later identified by his mum before Martin Gillett, a consultant histopathologist, carried out a post mortem.
Dr Mark Lord, consultant histopathologist at Ysbyty Gwynedd, Bangor, said the concerns about patient safety and the board's leadership which led to the resignation of the health board chairman chief executive came as no surprise to doctors.
pneumoniae identified from a normally sterile site 1) before death, with clinical, laboratory, and/or radiologic evidence of invasive bacterial infection; or 2) at postmortem examination, with histopathologic evidence of invasive bacterial infection and/or a report by the histopathologist that the pathogen contributed to the death.
However, the chemical examiner report and histopathologist report is suggestive of death due to benzodiazepine and alcohol (having synergistic effect) in a case having active ischemic heart disease.
Professor of Pathology of Karachi Medical and Dental College and Abbasi Shaheed Hospital Consultant Histopathologist & Cytopathologist at Dr.
Kamran Rasheed, Consultant Histopathologist and Hematologist SIH Dr.
capsulatum infection, and it was thanks to the astute histopathologist that the diagnosis was made.
Histological analysis: Liver biopsy was done in all patients to assess severity of disease before the start of therapy and at the end of 6 months and assessed by a single independent histopathologist who was blinded with respect to patient identity, treatment assignment, laboratory data, and date of biopsy specimen.
Automation and molecular whole-node analysis may reduce the intense workload of the histopathologist but this may have to be tempered with the loss of some prognostic information and also the potential loss of long-term archiving of paraffin blocks.
The 50-year-old consultant histopathologist is bringing fresh eyes to Solihull, Sutton Coldfield's Good Hope and Bordesley Green's Heartlands hospitals following the retirement of his predecessor, Dr Mark Goldman, in June.
A consultant histopathologist reviewed the autopsy reports and identified a similar rate of cardiovascular diseases in cases and controls, with the exception of pericardial disease.