cytodiagnosis


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cytodiagnosis

(ˌsaɪtəʊˌdaɪəɡˈnəʊsɪs)
n
the diagnosis of disease through the study of cells in the body
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Cytodiagnosis of lesions presenting as salivary gland swellings: a report of seven cases.
FNB is an important advantage for physicians because the larger tissue samples it provides may enable more precise diagnosis and rapid cytodiagnosis, a technique for on-the-spot pathological diagnosis of tissues collected during surgery, concluded the company.
Fine-needle aspiration cytodiagnosis of endometriosis in cesarean section scar and rectus sheath mass lesions: a study of seven cases.
Many studies have used ROSE to provide cytodiagnosis and have compared the results with those of histopathological diagnosis (4,5,9,10).
Immediate cytodiagnosis and imaging in the clinical management of discrete benign breastlesions.
Reliability of acridine orange fluorescence microscopy in oral cytodiagnosis. Indian J Dent Res 2011;22:649-53.
However, in three of the cases, the pericardial fluid cytodiagnosis was equivocal and a pericardial biopsy was also obtained which led to the diagnosis of metastasis from UC [6, 8, 10].
Cytodiagnosis of thyroid lesions with histopathological correlation and evaluation of discrepant cases.
Cytodiagnosis of isolated primary hydatid cyst of breast masquerading as a breast neoplasm: A rare case report.
NBD is performed for biliary drainage in obstructive jaundice, the treatment of acute cholangitis, cytodiagnosis of bile duct neoplastic lesions, and the treatment of postoperative bile leak after bile duct surgery [2, 7-10].
Cytodiagnosis is advantageous for cytological evaluation of small cell carcinoma compared to histological specimen, often showing crushed small cell cancer cells.