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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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I disagree with Dr Sarewitz (1) when he states that "in the future, most community pathologists will need to practice as subspecialists, and my kind of career path [as a general pathologist] will become obsolete.
GE Healthcare s Sara Dalmasso who leads their Digital Pathology business in Europe said: We know the role of the pathologist is not well understood and these results support that.
The pathologist uses these technologies to augment the results from the microscope evaluation, thus providing a more complete diagnostic and prognostic picture for the referring physician.
After 5 years of mystery, California pathologists announced Monday that they may have found the cause of a new disease that makes oak trees ooze red liquid and then die.
Foster, a speech-language pathologist and audiologist who has worked in public schools and private practice, explains the role of the speech-language pathologist in response to intervention or instruction (RtI).
Nadia Granger the Medical Examiner & Chief Forensic Pathologist, as well as a new Associate Forensic Pathologist who begins full time employment this month.
The Annual Physician Payment Schedule, and regulatory changes surrounding laboratory-developed tests, are also critical and complex issues that involve essentially every pathologist in the nation.
The California Society of Pathologists is an excellent opportunity to meet with our current clients and to demonstrate our reporting solution to those who will most benefit from it - Pathologists," says E.
By reducing the time between when a sample is taken and when it is processed (not to mention the potentially long, bumpy ride the specimen may endure along the way), a pathologist is often able to provide more accurate results.
A post mortem on a nine-month-old baby who apparently died from meningitis will be carried out on Sunday, the health ministry said, four days after she died, with state pathologists saying they could not do the procedure citing lack of the necessary equipment.
The editors of MLO wonder what the pathologists and other professionals who work with them among our readers think.