1) Among the bladder cancer cases, 90% take the pathological diagnosis
of transitional cell carcinoma.
Mammography, sonography, and MRI all play helpful roles in characterizing this tumor before the pathological diagnosis
is ultimately made.
These individuals had no specific pathological diagnosis
but simply exhibited severe emotional symptoms.
This is becoming an increasingly important part of pathological diagnosis
as it provides the clinician with more information about the disease and contributes to more appropriate treatment.
We report an unusual case of an autonomous hot nodule suppressing the remainder of the gland that was found to be a papillary carcinoma, follicular variant, on final pathological diagnosis
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (cot death) has been used, at times, as a pathological diagnosis
to evade awkward truths,' he said.
He wrote: "This syndrome has been used, at times, as a pathological diagnosis
to evade awkward truths.
final pathological diagnosis
Correlation of cytology with surgical pathology specimen report
The innovative potential of a gene expression test is the independency from other test for breast cancer like imaging technologies (mammograms, ultrasound, MR) and pathological diagnosis
Ureteroscopic biopsy should be performed before curative surgical treatment to obtain a pathological diagnosis
in the treatment of urothelial tumour.
The study (Protocol NCT01696084) enrolled patients between the ages of 60 and 75 who have pathological diagnosis
of AML according to WHO criteria with confirmation of: