cytopathology

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cytopathology

(ˌsaɪtəʊpəˈθɒlədʒɪ)
n
a branch of pathology that examines individual cells in order to diagnose disease

cytopathology

Medicine. the branch of pathology that studies the effects of disease on the cellular level. — cytopathologist, n.cytopathologic, cytopathological, adj.
See also: Disease and Illness
Translations
citopatologija
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4,5) This procedure has a high diagnostic accuracy when performed and interpreted by experienced cytopathologist and can be used for diagnostic workup of lesions of male breast.
11 Clinicians can easily obtain experience in using the Tzanck smear effectively in office practice with the help of supplemental screening by a cytopathologist or cytotechnologist.
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Presence of mucin pools is another finding which can obscure diagnosis thus making it difficult for the cytopathologist / histopathologist in making an accurate diagnosis.
To avoid such unnecessary, costly and invasive surgeries, a sample from the suspicious nodule is gathered by fine needle aspiration and analysed by a cytopathologist.
Although it is too early to predict whether larger studies will concur with their findings, the additional data from the Cell-CT could provide new parameters for the cytopathologist.
Yang, a leading cytopathologist, who has assessed more than 10,000 ultrasound-guided fine needle aspirations of the thyroid, describes the cases of 350 patients with thyroid lesions.
Method B: Onsite cytopathologist fixation of lung biopsy samples;
Ectopic menigiomas are not easily aspirated due to their cohesive nature and pose a diagnostic challenge to the cytopathologist.
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