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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Cell blocks prepared from residual tissue fluids and fineneedle aspirations can be useful adjuncts to smears for establishing a more definitive cytopathological diagnosis and they can be a valuable diagnostic adjunct in cytological preparation in selected fluid-based cervicovaginal specimens.
Contract award notice: Reagents and supplies for basic histopathological and cytopathological diagnostics, Pn 62/17 / ke.
The histopathological diagnosis was considered as gold standard and the cytopathological findings obtained from all the cases were compared with the respective histopathological findings.
Appropriate assessment of a new lump includes completion of the "triple assessment", which involves a thorough clinical examination, appropriate radiological investigation, and cytopathological confirmation of the finding.
Cytopathological Examination and Epidemiological Study of Cervicitis in Commercial Sex Workers (Csws) in Coal City (Enugu), Nigeria.
Cytopathological alterations stimulated by these processes were also investigated through the staining of MDCK cells with haematoxylin and eosin.
Cytopathological alterations observed under light and electron microscopy revealed that the degree of responses were different in different fish tissues as well as under conditions, here in particular effects in stomach were more prominent in laboratory condition.
The objective of the present study was to examine clinical and cytopathological findings of nasal adenocarcinoma.
The cytopathological appearance of the aspirate turned out to be typical of Hydatid Cyst.
Bronchial and lung biopsies, bronchial washing or bronchoalveolar lavage samples were sent to pathology laboratory and examined by an expert pathologist regarding cytopathological and histopathological change.