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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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Chief government pathologist Johansen Oduor and Nairobi pathologist Sylvester Maingi said they were shocked to find the heart and kidney of Benedict Karau missing after his remains were exhumed.
Dr Ansari's services as Sindh chief pathologist were suspended on September 5, 2018 after it emerged that he had prepared fake reports stating that the liquor bottles found in Memon's room at Ziauddin Hospital contained honey and olive oil.
Dr Muchana said the bullet caused a lot of internal bleeding.BULLET WOUNDHe was speaking at Aga Khan Hospital, Kisumu on Monday after a post-mortem examination that was carried in the presence of family pathologist Dr Margaret Oduor, Aga Khan Hospital Medical Director Dr Patrick Eshiwani, Homa Bay CEC Health Ouma Muga and family members.
Meanwhile, foreign Speech Language Pathologists seeking to practice in the country may be issued Special Temporary Permits (STPs) by the Board if the foreign pathologist is: 1) called for consultation for a specific purpose which in the judgment of the Board is essential to the growth of the profession; 2) an internationally recognized expert or specialist in any branch of Speech Language Pathology and whose services are essential for the advancement of Speech Language Pathology in the Philippines; or 3) to be engaged as professor, lecturer, or critic in fields essential to speech language pathology in the country.
J.M.G.: "As an early career pathologist (I have been in practice 6 years post-training), social media has been a robust tool for building my career.
In addition, digital pathology allows patients to view and discuss their pathology findings directly with the pathologist over the internet.
He also thanked Assistant State Pathologist Dr Margo Bolster and Deputy State Pathologists Dr Michael Curtis and Dr Linda Mulligan.
Documentation and Reimbursement For Speech-Language Pathologists: Principles and Practice
These will alleviate the anxiety of junior pathologists.
From Body Snatchers to Body Scans: a History of Post Mortems from Antiquity to the Modern Day, will be given by the Royal College of Pathologists' president.
TWO pathologists have resigned from Redditch's crisis-hit Alexandra Hospital, sparking new fears about staffing levels and patient safety.
A pathologist is a key player in helping students bridge the knowledge gap between biomedical science and the practice of medicine--the "how and why" behind the "what"--largely because pathology and laboratory medicine are at the forefront of new advances in diagnostic and care technologies.

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