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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.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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A 2015 study led by Elmore found that pathologists often disagree on the interpretation of breast biopsies, which are performed on millions of women each year.
When prosecutor James Murage and family lawyer Prof Kiama Wangai asked if he asked for the missing parts, he responded: 'It was mentioned one of the pathologists took them.
Quimbo cited the critical role of pathologists in policy-making as she spoke before the Philippine Society of Pathologists Inc.
Vargas said HB 8529 seeks to promote the development of a corps of competent, world-class, and globally competitive Speech Language Pathologists through the establishment of mechanisms, safeguards, and procedures for the development of the profession in the country.
(4,8,16) I use Twitter for live tweeting content from pathology meetings such that pathologists who could not attend the meeting, both back home and around the world, can keep up with the cutting-edge information arising from the meeting (as well as the excitement of the social interactions at the meeting).
A group of renowned pathologists and health experts, including Dr Sajida Shaheen and Prof Dilawar Khan, delivered lectures on diagnosis of diabetes, its new procedure and role of lab for assessment of renal complications in diabetes.
Pathologists and cardiologists were among the 37 medical societies that had announced last week they were backing the decision of the medical association's (CyMA) medical board, not to participate in Gesy.
The benefits for pathologists are varied depending upon the application area for digital, however, overall benefits include speed, accuracy, and efficiency.
An interesting note is that the researchers found that pathologists who worked with LYNA performed better than both pathologists without the tool and the tool used on its own.
LYNA is able to detect cancer cells around 99 percent of the time and can see suspicious regions too small for most pathologists to consistently detect, according to a statement on Google AI Blog.

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