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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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Alan Shearer in the Cellular Pathology Department of the RVI
The first unit, focused on general pathology, covers the cell as a unit of health and disease, cellular pathology, inflammation and repair, and a great many other related topics.
Last year, the UHW's cellular pathology department and finance department raised more than PS1,000 each and the competing teams are eager to beat that this year.
David Snead, clinical lead for cellular pathology at UHCW, told the audience of health professionals: "We saw the digital pathology system as a solution to a number of challenges."
CELLULAR PATHOLOGY: Every eukaryotic cell in an animal's body has one or many thousand cell component called the mitochondrion.
With this approach to addressing muscle physiological questions, the field offers an ability to characterize the cellular physiology of skeletal muscle, as well as the cellular pathology of muscle disease.
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A UNIQUE cellular pathology archive for hospitals across England and Wales has been officially launched.
With this approach Virchow launched the field of cellular pathology. He stated that all diseases involve changes in normal cells, that is, all pathology ultimately is cellular pathology.
of Oxford) summarize the principles and clinical relevance of cellular pathology. A dozen chapters written by histopathologists and clinicians covering key conditions in each of the major organ systems are organized by epidemiology/etiology, and microscopic and morphological features.
Paul Smith, cellular pathology manager at Heart of England Foundation Trust, congratulates Joan Smith, of Solihull College.

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