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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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Following the US FDA approval for the IND, the company said it will initiate Phase I clinical trials to assess the safety and tolerability of SNK01 in adults with pathologically confirmed cancer refractory to conventional therapy.
Pathologically, it should be differentiated from tubular apocrine adenoma, syringocystadenoma papilliferum and clear cell hidradenoma.4 Absence of attachment to overlying epidermis and infiltration of lymphocyte and plasma cell in stromal can differentiate hidradenoma papilliferum from syringocystadenoma papilliferum.
Pathologically, colloid carcinoma is defined as an infiltrating ductal epithelial neoplasm of pancreas characterized by the presence, in at least 50% of the neoplasm, of abundant extracellular stromal mucin pools and a scant amount of neoplastic cells floating in the center (5, 10).
This case pathologically showed that the epithelium was exfoliated remarkably, and most of the cystic wall was covered with fibrous tissues with bleeding and hemosiderosis.
"There is a man in the White House who lies consistently and pathologically and is an open and avowed racist, and misogynist, and sexual predator" Harry Potter star Jason Isaacs.
"I'm being very, very nice, but at some point I fight back and it won't be pretty" - President Trump's warning to Republican Senator John McCain, who questioned "half-baked, spurious nationalism" in America's foreign policy "There is a man in the White House who lies consistently and pathologically and is an open and avowed racist, and misogynist, and sexual predator" - Harry Potter star Jason Isaacs, pictured, attacks President Trump "If I did something in The Thick Of It where the letters fall off behind the Prime Minister, I would cut that as being too silly.
Simon said: "I'm looking forward to six more weeks of eating squirrel, ingesting so much salt that I develop chronically high blood pressure, and humouring an oddball who seems to be pathologically afraid of his own dog."
Pathologically, there was mucin pool formation with foci of morphologically bland neoplastic intestinal cells (Figure 1(a)) to poorly differentiated hyperchromatic cells with focal signet-ring-like cells (Figure 1(b)) in the submucosa and muscular layer with surgical margins showing the presence of tumor cells.
We've all got that one friend who is always tardy to the party But, with a pathologically late friend, you learn to play them at their own game.
A retrospective analysis of patients with pathologically confirmed lung cancer in Olmsted County, Minn., between 1984 and 2011 found that, in 1984-1990, 57% of patients with diagnosed lung cancer met USPSTF screening guidelines.
(2) Their rarity makes them difficult to diagnose both clinically and pathologically. Cysts that are present in the mesentery, omentum and retroperitoneum are comparable embryologically and pathologically.
"To say that I am pathologically untidy does not begin to do justice to the thick soup of chaos in which I swim" - Rowan Pelling, former co-editor of The Erotic Review.