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PATHOLOGY, med. jur. The science or doctrine of diseases. In cases of homicides, abortions, and the like, it is of great consequence to the legal practitioner to be acquainted, in some degree, with pathology. 2 Chit. Pr. 42, note.

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These are significant strides for See, Test & Treat, which is proving to be an effective coordinated care model to advance public health," said Rhode Island pathologist Latha Pisharodi, MD, FCAP, recent recipient of the CAP Foundation's Herbek Humanitarian Award, which awards a grant for continued program innovation to pathologists engaged in See, Test & Treat.
Pathologists assist other physicians in the ordering of correct lab tests, interpreting those tests correctly, making diagnoses, and helping to determine a treatment plan.
The two other pathologists said it was too risky to carry out without the proper means.
The collaboration with Caradigm streamlines the workflow of pathologists by using Caradigm s Single Sign-On and Context Management software from its Identity and Access Management (IAM) suite of products to connect the Omnyx platform and the APLIS to give pathologists quicker, more secure access to laboratory applications and patient data.
The editors of MLO wonder what the pathologists and other professionals who work with them among our readers think.
Today we pathologists live in a VUCA world: VUCA--volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity--is an acronym used to describe an environment of volatility--"[t]he nature and dynamics of change, and the nature and speed of change forces and change catalysts"; uncertainty--"[t]he lack of predictability, the prospects for surprise, and the sense of awareness and understanding of issues and events"; complexity--[t]he multiplex of force, the confounding of issues[,] and the chaos and confusion that surround an organization"; and ambiguity--[t]he haziness of reality, the potential for misreads, and the mixed meanings of conditions; cause-and-effect confusion.
As the number of cases and resulting tissue samples requiring evaluation by pathologists increases, and the number of diagnostic tests deployed for grading and other tests for cancer grows, the use of digital pathology technologies, like the NEC e-Pathologist, become an important component of improved patient care.
Possessing an understanding of behavior and functions of behavior is important not only for parents and psychologists, but also for other professionals working with the child such as Speech-Language Pathologists.
The reasoning behind that was to attract more speech pathologists to our district and retain the ones we currently have," said Hugo Estrada, president of the Palmdale Elementary Teachers Association.
He and Gold both recommend that an independent group of pathologists reevaluate the tissues identified as tumors.
Reference centers such as the National Prion Disease Pathology Surveillance Center, while providing diagnostic expertise, fail to surmount the biosafety obstacles (real and perceived) that prevent pathologists from enthusiastically performing autopsies on those who died of potential infectious diseases, including prion diseases.
BIRSBANE, AUSTRALIA -- The Canadian Association of Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists has joined an agreement with professional associations in Australia.

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