Definition of histopathology in English:

histopathology

Line breaks: histo|path¦ology
Pronunciation: /ˌhɪstəʊpəˈθɒlədʒi
 
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noun

[mass noun]
  • The study of changes in tissues caused by disease.
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    • No fungal elements were identified by histopathology or tissue cultures of both lungs after extensive sampling.
    • We used quantitative methods, as previously described, to study postmortem lung histopathology.
    • In 1870, he received a grant and studied histopathology in Bonn and Vienna.

Derivatives

histopathological

Pronunciation: /-paθəˈlɒdʒɪk(ə)l/
adjective
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  • These criteria must be kept in mind, and the diagnosis substantiated by adequate radiological and histopathological studies.
  • A clinical and histopathological diagnosis of trichotillomania was made.
  • Clinical presentation is atypical and often, histopathological evidence suggests the diagnosis.

histopathologically

adverb
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  • The lesions of demyelination are histopathologically characteristic of the disease.
  • Pituicytomas are histopathologically distinct from other tumors previously reported to occur within the sella turcica.
  • Alveolar bone resorption in both groups 1 and 2 was observed, radiographically and histopathologically.

histopathologist

noun
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  • The majority of the work here is being done as a close co-operation between the nuclear medicine physician, the surgeon and the histopathologist.
  • With the arrival of the NHS, he was appointed consultant histopathologist at Kingston upon Thames Laboratory.
  • In many disease conditions the final achievement of an accurate diagnosis lies with the histopathologist.

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