pathoanatomical

pathoanatomical

/patho·an·a·tom·i·cal/ (path″o-an″ah-tom´ik'l) pertaining to anatomic pathology.
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Tenders are invited for 4/2018 Supplies for the pathoanatomical department Eligibility Criteria : participants
Guidelines for the pathoanatomical examination of the lower brain stem in ingestive and swallowing disorders and its application to a dysphagic spinocerebellar ataxia type 3 patient.
Kaufmann, "Echocardiographic and pathoanatomical characteristics of isolated left ventricular non-compaction: a step towards classification as a distinct cardiomyopathy," Heart, vol.
Methods of research are the documentary, statistical, comparative and comparative analysis, pathoanatomical, morphological, bacteriological and serological data.
4) The diagnosis relies heavily on clinical examination and secondary radiographic studies, and has been classified based on pathoanatomical change resulting from progressive deterioration of the TFCC, as well as degenerative changes within the dome of the ulnar head, lunate, triquetrum, and lunotriquetral ligament (LTIL).
Echocardiographic and pathoanatomical characteristics of isolated let ventricular noncompaction: A step towards classiication as a distinct cardiomyopathy.
Development of OCT technology allowed the investigation of those pathoanatomical changes and several studies have shown that after clinically successful scleral buckle surgery for macula-off RD, SMF persists in almost half of the cases (47-66.
19) The purposes of this paper are to evaluate the medical literature pertaining to anterior ankle impingement and highlight the various pathoanatomical etiologies of anterior impingement that may affect dancers.
Chapter 4 explores specific cervical pathoanatomical diagnoses, imaging correlates and persistent symptoms.
4) This observation may reflect, in part, findings of pathoanatomical abnormalities that have little or no correlation with patient symptoms.