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  Pathology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pathology (in ancient Greek pathos = feeling, pain, suffering and logos = discourse or treatise [literally: "words"], i.e., system of formal study) is the study of the processes underlying disease and other forms of illness, harmful abnormality, or dysfunction.
Within biology, it means specifically the study of the structural and functional changes in cells, tissues and organs that underlie disease.
Speech pathology is a quite separate area mostly involved in helping patients with stroke or speech impediments.
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 AllRefer.com - multiple chemical sensitivity (Pathology) - Encyclopedia
When exposed to the chemicals, people with MCS react with symptoms such as nausea, headache, dizziness, fatigue, impaired memory, rash, and respiratory difficulty.
Many researchers do not regard multiple chemical sensitivity as a medically valid syndrome, believing that the depression that frequently accompanies it is an indication that the symptoms are psychological in origin.
Nevertheless, many sufferers do seem to improve when they eliminate contact with the chemicals known to trigger their condition; in extreme cases this may mean confinement to specially treated living quarters.
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 Chemical pathology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Chemical pathology (also known as clinical biochemistry or clinical chemistry) is the area of pathology that is generally concerned with analysis of bodily fluids.
The discipline originated in the late 19th century with the use of simple chemical tests for various components of blood and urine.
Subsequently other techniques were applied including the use and measurement of enzyme activities, spectrophotometry, electrophoresis and immunoassay.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Chemical_pathology   (271 words)

 Chemical Pathology - Medical Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Chemical pathology (alternatively, for a narrower definition, Clinical biochemistry)
This area of pathology is concerned with blood tests.
All the chemical tests come under chemical pathology (usually performed on serum, the yellow watery part of blood that is left after cells are removed).
www.nursingstudy.com /encyclopedia/Chemical_pathology.html   (134 words)

 MJA: Khoury et al., Error rates in Australian chemical pathology laboratories
We recently examined the accuracy of one part of the process of obtaining pathology test results in a hospital environment and found that the address of the referring doctor had been incorrectly recorded on 3% of all printed reports issued, delaying or preventing delivery of the final pathology report.
To address this question, we surveyed clinical pathology laboratories from both public and private sectors of five Australian States to determine whether error rates in pathology are as widespread and as clinically significant as our earlier study suggested.
Chemical pathology quality assurance (QA) data were from one cycle of analysis within the QA program (there are two or three cycles annually, depending on the program) during 1993 and 1994.
www.mja.com.au /public/issues/aug5/khoury/khoury.html   (2066 words)

 Requirments for Physician Training 2004 - Adult Internal Medicine: Advanced Training: Endocrinology and Chemical ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Laboratory training in chemical pathology is conducted by the RCPA and leads to admission to FRCPA, and the ability to practise as a chemical pathologist.
A third laboratory year in chemical pathology will be required and this should also include ongoing direct patient care of at least 10% full time equivalent.
Chemical Pathology component of training consists of 3 years of laboratory training with allowance being made for 20% of time being in ongoing direct patient care during each year.
www.racp.edu.au /training/adult2003/advanced/vocational/endo_chem.htm   (659 words)

 The Royal College of Pathologists | Careers
Chemical pathology not only brings together science and medicine, it relates to all the medical specialities.
Chemical pathology is the branch of pathology dealing with the biochemical basis of disease and the use of biochemical tests for diagnosis and management.
Management and interpersonal skills are essential for chemical pathologists: we rely heavily on the skills of our scientific and technical colleagues in the laboratory as well as nurses and other health care professionals in clinics and wards.
www.rcpath.org /index.asp?PageID=411   (280 words)

 UMHS Pathology Data Systems' Safety / Chemical Hygiene Plan
The Pathology Data Systems CHP will indicate the target organ with lettered abbreviations as to the organ/system or route of entry that may be affected by exposure to a particular chemical.
In the event an unplanned release of chemical should occur that does not result in fire or explosion, the manager or team lead should determine if an evacuation is necessary based on the size of the spill and the properties of the chemical spilled.
If signs or symptoms of overexposure result from working with a chemical or as a result of injury when working with chemicals in Pathology Data Systems, a medical examination or consultation will be done by a licensed physician of Employee Health Service at no cost to you.
www.pathology.med.umich.edu /labsafety/pds/chp_pds.htm   (905 words)

 Beaumont Hospitals - About Beaumont
The Department of Clinical Pathology offers a one year fellowship training program in Chemical Pathology which is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education and is approved for a one position each academic year.
Regular discussions will be held with the pathologist and clinical chemists in the major areas of chemical pathology, with special emphasis on instrumentation (general principles and departmental instrumentation) and test interpretation.
During the first six months, regular teaching sessions will be held with the pathologist and clinical chemists in the major areas of chemical pathology, with special emphasis on instrumentation (general principles and departmental instrumentation) and test interpretation.
www.beaumonthospitals.com /pls/portal30/cportal30.page_print?xpageid=gme_fel_chem_path   (848 words)

 Pathology Residency Training Program - Chemical Pathology Core Rotation
Elective rotations ranging induration from three months (as a supplement to the core rotation or for a short special project) to one year (as subspecialty training or for a major special project) are also available in all three departments.
Chemical and instrumental principles underlying chemical and toxicological test.
Introduction to pathologist's role as clinical consultant in chemical pathology and toxicology.
www.ucihs.uci.edu /com/pathology/residencyProgram/chemPathCore.html   (246 words)

 Residency > Pathology | John A. Burns School of Medicine, UHM   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The University of Hawai‘i Pathology Residency Program is conducted cooperatively by the John A. Burns School of Medicine and three affiliated Honolulu hospitals.
Generally, the resident is assigned a block of anatomical or clinical pathology for a three-to-four month period so the course-load is balanced between each of the years of residency training.
Projects normally are conducted in the Department of Pathology in the Biomedical Sciences Building or on the University of Hawaii Manoa campus under the aegis of a full-time faculty member.
hawaiimed.hawaii.edu /residency_programs/pathology.html   (822 words)

 CHEMICAL PATHOLOGY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Chemical Pathology/Clinical Biochemistry involves the study and investigation of the biochemical basis of disease processes with particular emphasis on metabolic diseases.
Consultants are involved in organising the laboratory aspects of the biochemistry service and in the future a sub-specialty designation of Metabolic Medicine will identify that they have a particular role in the management of patients with metabolic disease, which includes diabetes, bone disease, inborn errors and lipid disorders.
Clinical experience is essential and candidates should have the ability to mix and match their laboratory and clinical roles seamlessly.
www.nhscareers.nhs.uk /nhs-knowledge_base/data/5479.html   (154 words)

 Clinical Services: Dept. of Pathology, UIC
The Chemical Pathology Laboratory at the University of Illinois is a full service, state-of-the-art laboratory offering a complete menu of routine and specialized chemistry procedures.
Chemical Pathology includes Special Chemistry, Toxicology, and Automated/General Chemistry.
The Chemical Pathology Laboratory is located on the University of Illinois Medical Center Campus at 840 South Wood Street, second floor.
www.uic.edu /depts/mcpt/clinical/chem.html   (201 words)

 Armed Forces Institute of Pathology (AFIP) - Welcome
Johnson is a Diplomate of the American Board of Pathology in Pathologic Anatomy.
He has been an active member of several professional medical societies and served as the President of the Washington Society of Pathologists and was Councilor in the Histochemical Society.
Among the subjects of his manuscripts include effects of radiation, tissue reactions around polymer implants, chronic idiopathic jaundice, and the histochemical identification of various materials in biologic tissues, including calcium oxalate, graphite, silica, barium sulfate, and zinc sulfide.
www.afip.org /Departments/environmental/chempath.html   (146 words)

This book has been written primarily for medical students and junior doctors in clinical practice, but would also be a useful reference for postgraduate students in chemical pathology (clinical biochemistry), laboratory scientists, pathologists and medical laboratory technologists.
It covers the field of chemical pathology, the biochemical basis of disease, and provides a basic understanding of the relationship between abnormal biochemical test results and disease states.
A rational approach to proper selection and interpretation of biochemical investigations is adopted for each organ system or analyte covered in the 28 chapters.
www.worldscibooks.com /medsci/2921.html   (255 words)

 CHEMICAL PATHOLOGY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Residents receive significant training and experience in endocrinology from thyroid and other assays performed in our laboratory as well as reviewing, together with the Chief, the results of hormone assays sent to reference labs.
  Exposure to Pediatric Chemical Pathology is broad because of a large neonatal intensive care unit in addition to analyses from a large pediatric inpatient population.
In addition to therapeutic drug monitoring, the residents’ experience in emergency toxicology and workplace drug testing is broad because of our extensive menu of toxicological laboratory services.
www.lij.edu /lijh/pathology/Residency_Program/chemical_pathology.htm   (412 words)

 LabPLUS - Chemical Pathology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The Chemical Pathology Laboratory of LabPLUS is one of New Zealand's premier reference laboratories.
The experience of its chemical pathologists, scientists and technical staff provides an in depth clinical interpretation of tests.
This fully automated Chemical Pathology Section uses a variety of computer interfaced, state of the art equipment to deliver quality results with quick turn around times.
www.adhb.govt.nz /LabPlus/chemical.htm   (823 words)

 Pathology & Laboratory Medicine - Fellowship Programs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
The objective of this one-year fellowship is to provide a concentrated experience in diagnostic cytopathology including the interpretation of aspiration and exfoliative cytology, predominantly tumor pathology, performing superficial needle aspirations under staff supervision, and assisting in determining specimen adequacy on all deep needle aspirations.
Close interaction with surgical pathology and submission of ancillary tests such as flow cytometry, immunohistochemistry, molecular pathology, electron microscopy, and image analysis are part of the valuation of many cytology specimens.
The program is designed to train academically oriented physicians from either pathology or medical genetic residencies in the laboratory and clinical skills required for the practice of molecular diagnostics.
www3.mdanderson.org /depts/pathology/edu.html   (1749 words)

 Read about Chemical pathology at WorldVillage Encyclopedia. Research Chemical pathology and learn about Chemical ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Research Chemical pathology and learn about Chemical pathology here!
Chemical pathology (also known as clinical biochemistry or clinical chemistry) is the area of pathology that is generally concerned with analysis of
Subsequently other techniques were applied including the use and measurement of enzyme activities,
encyclopedia.worldvillage.com /s/b/Chemical_pathology   (268 words)

 RCPA   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Chemical Pathologist/Haematologist by Gribbles Pathology SA at 07:55:58 on 14/02/2005
Chemical Pathologist/Haematologist - Healthscope/Gribbles Pathology SA This is a full time position for a pathologist with skills in chemical pathology and/or haematology, based primarily at a new laboratory to be established at Ashford Community Hospital, South Australia’s largest private hospital.
In addition, the appointee will spend some time at the main laboratory nearby at Wayville, assisting in the provision of specialised services in chemical pathology and/or haematology.
www.rcpa.edu.au /public/careers/thread.cfm?thread=7956   (201 words)

 Residency in Pathology
The Department of Pathology is a diverse clinical, research and teaching department, offering ACGME-accredited resident training in Anatomic, Clinical or combined Anatomic and Clinical Pathology.
In addition, fellowship training is offered in Surgical Pathology/ Cytopathology, Neuropathology, Chemical Pathology and Forensic Pathology (at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner).
There are 35 full-time faculty with expertise in a wide range of areas engaged in service, teaching, and/or research, and resident education at the Medical College of Virginia Hospitals and the H.H. McGuire V.A. Medical Center.
www.medschool.vcu.edu /gme/programs/path.html   (230 words)

 Pathology Residency Rotation Schedule   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Chemical Pathology (Clinical Chemistry): Rotation Director: William E.
Pathology of acute and chronic tubulointerstitial renal disease.
Description of the Dermatopathology Rotation: Dermatopathology is the subspecialty of dermatology and pathology that is concerned with the study and diagnosis of diseases of the skin and adjacent mucous membranes, cutaneous appendages, hair, nails, and subcutaneous tissues by histological, histochemical, immunological, ultrastructure, molecular, microbiological and other related techniques.
www.pathology.ufl.edu /~resident/rotsch.html   (12278 words)

 College of Medicine - Pathology Housestaff
Describes and dictates gross and microscopic pathology of surgical specimens at an intermediate level.
Demonstrates at an intermediate level how to perform immunopathology procedures, electron microscopy, cytogenic procedures, molecular pathology procedures, microbiology procedures, blood banking/transfusion, chemical pathology, and hematology and toxicology procedures.
The resident describes and dictates gross and microscopic pathology of non-complicated and complicated cases.
www.southalabama.edu /com/residency/housestaffjobs/housepatho.shtml   (821 words)

 The Royal College of Pathologists | The College
For clinical practice in the UK, this right and authority is conferred by specialist registration by the General Medical Council and by equivalent registration processes for dental practitioners and clinical scientists.
This is intended to enable Council to offer Membership of the College — or Fellowship in accordance with By-law 25(A)(b) — to pathologists whose career has not followed a course in which published research has been a major factor and who have reached a stage at which examination would not be appropriate.
One should be from a College Tutor who would have appropriate local knowledge (unless the Tutor is acting as a sponsor, in which case it should be a colleague practising in a pathology specialty in the same institution as the nominee) and the other from a colleague practising exclusively in the same specialty.
www.rcpath.org /index.asp?PageID=24   (723 words)

 Department of Chemical pathology
The South Australian Neonatal Screening Centre is located within the Department of Chemical Pathology at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital 72 King William St, Adelaide, a leading Paediatric teaching hospital.
The role of the South Australian Neonatal Screening Centre is to identify and diagnose infants who are at risk of developing one of the screened disorders.
Organic Acidurias is the name given to a group of disorders in which the body lacks an enzyme leaving it unable to break down amino acids.
www.wch.sa.gov.au /nrl/sections/diagnostic/neonatal/professionals.html   (2291 words)

 Chemical pathology -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Chemical pathology -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article
Chemical pathology (also known as clinical biochemistry or clinical chemistry) is the area of (Any deviation from a healthy or normal condition) pathology that is generally concerned with analysis of (The liquid parts of the body) bodily fluids.
Most current laboratories are now highly automated and use assays that are closely monitored and quality controlled.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/c/ch/chemical_pathology.htm   (741 words)

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