diagnostician: a doctor who specializes in medical diagnosis
(pathology) the branch of medical science that studies the causes and nature and effects of diseases
(pathology) any deviation from a healthy or normal condition
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(Pathologists) A list of people notable in the field of pathology.
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An expert in pathology; a specialist who examines samples of body tissues for diagnostic or forensic purpose
(Pathologists) are physicians who conduct laboratory studies of tissues and cells that help other doctors reach accurate diagnoses. They supervise other laboratory personnel in the testing and microscopic examination of blood and other body fluids. Pathologists also conduct autopsies.
(Pathology) The study of disease through examination of body tissues and organs. This always includes a microscopic examination. Any tumor suspected of being cancerous must be diagnosed by pathologic examination.
Pathology is the study of disease processes with the aim of understanding their nature and causes. This is achieved by observing samples of blood, urine, feces, and diseased tissue obtained from the living patient or from an autopsy, by the use of X-rays and by many other techniques.
(pathology) The branch of medicine concerned with disease, especially the structure of pathogens and their functional effects on the body.
(pathology) abnormal physical or psychological condition.
(Pathology) The study of the essential nature of diseases and especially of the structural and functional changes produced by them.
(Pathology) The branch of science that deals with disease in all its relations, especially with its origin and the functional and material changes it causes.
(pathology) Study of changes in diseased cells and tissues.
(Pathology) A branch of medicine that evaluates samples of tissues for the presence of abnormalities
(Pathology) A report of the type of cancer cells present that determines the stage and grade of the cancer.
(Pathology) Analysis of human tissues and organs to help in diagnosis and treatment.
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(Pathology) Interruption or interference of normal bodily processes or structures. [Click Here To Return To List]
(Pathology) Organ disease identified by structural change in tissue.
(Pathology) Study of disease, how it behaves and how it's progressing.
(Pathology) Study of what has gone wrong whether by accident or disease