pathology specialties

pathology specialties

A generic term for the subdivisions of pathology as defined in the UK.

Pathology specialties
Histopathology, blood transfusion, chemical pathology, haematology, immunology, medical microbiology and virology.
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When variants of uncertain significance are detected, further confirmatory tests could be promptly added, for example, further review of histological slides or blood films, or additional immunohistochemistry, with collaboration with other pathology specialties, so that reclassification of the variants is possible before reporting.
The LIMS will support all pathology specialties (Blood Sciences, Cellular Pathology, Infection Sciences , Molecular etc ) and integrate to all current and future pathology analysers as required.
This volume in the Cambridge Illustrated Surgical Pathology series focuses on the field of head and neck pathology, which is relatively small compared to other pathology specialties; in most hospitals, according to the preface, otolaryngologists, head and neck surgeons, and oral surgeons submit a much smaller number of specimens than, say, gastrointestinal or gynecological doctors--and this "specimen rarity" increases the need for this practical, go-to text.