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  Histopathology
Histopathology remains one of the major tools of diagnosis in mycology.
The major advantages of histopathology are speed, low-cost, and the ability to provide a presumptive identification of the infecting fungus, as well as demonstrating the tissue reaction.
Furthermore, histopathology is the only way to diagnose infections caused by Loboa loboi or Rhinosporidium seeberi, as cultivation techniques have to date been unsuccessful.
www.doctorfungus.org /thelabor/histopat.htm   (1068 words)

  
  Histopathology
Histopathology is often indicated to evaluate lumps, masses, and other abnormal tissues removed from animals.
Histopathology is performed on small pieces of tissue removed from a diseased or abnormal part of the body or internal organ.
Histopathology is not painful since the procedure is performed on tissue already removed from an animal.
www.petplace.com /dogs/histopathology/page1.aspx   (534 words)

  
 University Hospitals of Leicester - Histopathology
Histopathology is the microscopic study of organs and tissues to determine if disease may be present.
The majority of the histopathology services are undertaken at all three NHS hospitals in Leicester, but specialist procedures are carried out at the Leicester Royal Infirmary.
The histopathology service receives in excess of 47,000 tissue samples and examines approximately 200,000 microscope slides per year.
www.uhl-tr.nhs.uk /index.asp?pgid=2248   (99 words)

  
 Pulmonary Histopathology and Survival Period in Morphine-Involved Deaths
For an evaluation of the survival period in morphine-involved deaths, changes of pulmonary histopathology were investigated in a total of 90 morphine-associated fatalities.
In comparison with the evaluation of the survival period by toxicological analyses, concordance was found in 46 cases.
Pulmonary histopathology is not a tool for an exact graduation of survival time, but the combination of several key parameters can provide criteria for a differentiation between short (<1 h) and longer courses of intoxication.
www.astm.org /JOURNALS/FORENSIC/PAGES/1249.htm   (287 words)

  
 Histopathology - Journal Information
Histopathology is an international journal intended to be of practical value to surgical and diagnostic histopathologists, and to investigators of human disease who employ histopathological methods.
Our primary purpose is to publish advances in pathology, in particular those applicable to clinical practice and contributing to the better understanding of human disease.
Authors of articles in this journal can now choose to make their articles open access and available free for all readers through the payment of an author fee.
www.blackwellpublishing.com /journal.asp?ref=0309-0167&site=1   (509 words)

  
 NHS MMC - Histopathology   (Site not responding. Last check: )
It would be hard to find two more dissimilar specialties, but I found it much easier to decide what specialties I didn’t want to do for a career rather than those areas of medicine I wanted to practice for the rest of my life.
In the end I decided that histopathology appealed the most because it seemed the most interesting and unusual of the two.
Specialist training lasts four and a half years, during which time the two membership of the Royal College of Pathologists examinations must be passed, with the part two exam being taken towards the end of the specialist training period.
www.mmc.nhs.uk /pages/careers/histopathology   (413 words)

  
 Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Histology is the study of the normal microscopic anatomy (morphology) of cells, tissues and organs.
Histopathology is the study (at the microscopic level) of disease processes occurring within the body.
Cytology is the study of cells, including their formation, origin, structure, function, biochemical activities and pathology.
www.life.sci.qut.edu.au /histo/Brian/histo1/hpcyt.html   (78 words)

  
 Imperial - Histopathology
The Histopathology Department provides core teaching to both undergraduate and postgraduate students.
In Year 4 the pathology course has a substantial histopathology input and students on clinical firms will attend the MDTs in which pathology plays a major role.
The department runs two major MSc courses (in Histopathology and in Clinical Cytology) and successful short courses for postgraduate specialists in histopathology topics on the Hammersmith Campus.
www1.imperial.ac.uk /medicine/about/divisions/is/histo   (506 words)

  
 Histopathology   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Pathology is the study of disease and histopathology is that branch of pathology which deals specifically with tissue abnormalities.
Included in this category is the study of cells derived from smears and aspirates in cytopathology and it also includes autopsy practice where the cause of death is identified by gross and histological examination of the dead.
Histopathology covers a very wide range of specialties and may be practiced as general histopathology at district general hospital level or as more specialist histopathology in areas such as gynaecological pathology, dermatopathology, and gastrointestinal pathology.
www.careers.pgmd.man.ac.uk /home/specialities/medical/pathology/histopathology_thespecialty.aspx   (357 words)

  
 Avian Histopathology Case Submissions 1980-1996: Psittacine Viral Diseases   (Site not responding. Last check: )
All avian histopathology cases submitted since 1980 to the UGA Department of Pathology are collated in a computer database for rapid retrieval of archived information.
PBFD can be diagnosed by histopathology from hematoxylin and eosin (HandE)-stained tissue sections upon the observation of characteristic nuclear or cytoplasmic viral inclusions.
Histopathology alone is not a perfect method to diagnose PBFD and APV infections, especially when characteristic viral inclusions are not present in HandE-stained tissue sections.
www.vet.uga.edu /ivcvm/1999/Campagnoli/Campagnoli.htm   (1613 words)

  
 Biodoxis — support in histology, histopathology, micropscopic analysis of tissues and cells and Immunohistochemistry.
Biodoxis — support in histology, histopathology, micropscopic analysis of tissues and cells and Immunohistochemistry.
Histopathology, immunohistochemistry, pilot studies, consulting and training make up the range of services available to public and private research institutes, medical and veterinary pharmaceutical companies, hospitals and biotechnological enterprises.
Biodoxis histology micropscopicanalysis of tissues and cells histopathology immunohistochemistry experimental pathology histochemistry cytology morphometry life sciences consulting training in histology and histopathology transgenesis experimental oncology toxicology iconography laboratory animals protocol experimental animal models in vivo pilot study
www.biodoxis.com /_en/home/index.htm   (213 words)

  
 Surgical and Histopathology
The Histopathology Laboratory transforms the tissues examined by the Surgical Pathology staff into very thin sections that can be studied on slides under the microscope.
Special stains are applied to these sections to aide in the identification of the cells or other elements that may be visualized on the slides.
For those cases requiring additional study to provide a definitive diagnosis, the Histopathology Laboratory offers special testing to classify neuromuscular diseases, organ transplant rejection, and immune reactions in kidney disease.
www.azumc.com /UMC/body.cfm?id=395   (302 words)

  
 Research Facilities - Cell Biology - Histopathology Facility at Fox Chase Cancer Center   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The primary function of the Histopathology Facility is to serve as a research resource, which processes and evaluates tissues derived from experimental protocols developed by staff investigators.
The Histopathology Facility also provides support to the Laboratory Animal Health Facility in the quality control and animal health monitoring activities as well as processing support to the Tumor Bank Facility.
The equipment in the Histopathology Facility consists of one Nikon microscope equipped for standard and digital photomicrography and fluorescent micrography, one AO microscope, two Fisher histomatic tissue processors, one Fisher embedding center, two regular microtomes (2 Leitz) and a Hacker Bright cryomicrotome, an automatic immunostainer, as well as auxiliary equipment such as waterbaths, ovens, etc.
www.fccc.edu /research/facilities/cell/Histopathology.html   (414 words)

  
 Anatomical Pathology - Histopathology Page for Hoslink and Australian Pathlink
The hospital was not paid for supplying the glands but the company made a small donation to the hospital's histopathology department.
The study was directed by Dr. Emil Chi, Chairman of the Department of Histopathology at the UW Medical School.
The histopathology report is as follows: The specimen of cervical cone measures 0.9 cm along the endocervical canal.
www.hoslink.com /histopath.htm   (865 words)

  
 Department of Histopathology
Instruction in temporal bone histopathology, for students and visiting doctors, is facilitated by the computerized database of more than 760 pairs of temporal bones from over 4,100 patients of the House Ear Clinic who have pledged their temporal bones to the House Ear Institute.
Processing of surgical specimens obtained by the physicians of the House Ear Clinic is done in collaboration with the House Ear Clinic and the House Ear Institute to determine the results of surgical intervention.
It is a priority of the Histopathology Department to utilize advanced techniques as they become available in the histological evaluation of temporal bones and surgical specimens, such as immunohistochemistry, in situ hybridization, and Confocal microscopy.
www.hei.org /research/histo/histo.htm   (230 words)

  
 Histopathology
Histopathology remains one of the major tools of diagnosis in mycology.
The major advantages of histopathology are speed, low-cost, and the ability to provide a presumptive identification of the infecting fungus, as well as demonstrating the tissue reaction.
However, unless special techniques such as immunofluorescence are used, or the infecting fungus possesses unique structures such as spherules, definitive identification of the etiologic agent by histopathology is difficult.
www.doctorfungus.com /thelabor/histopat.htm   (1068 words)

  
 Histopathology Job Birmingham CONSULTANT CELLULAR PATHOLOGIST CYTOPATHOLOGIST   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Based in Birmingham, you will join a team of pathologists responsible for the histopathology and cytopathology service and share in the autopsy service.
The consultants all have special interests while committed to the general histopathology and cytopathology service.
You will be expected to pursue your special interests bearing in mind the current range of expertise available within the department and future developments and needs.
www.adevia.com /jobs/doctor-job-588.shtml   (229 words)

  
 Emerging Disease Issues - Histopathology and Acid Fast Staining
Mycobacterium bovis histopathology suggestive - Lesions compatible with Mycobacterium bovis are seen but no acid-fast organisms are present.
Mycobacterium bovis histopathology compatible - Lesions and acid-fast organisms compatible with Mycobacterium bovis are seen.
Regardless of the outcome of the acid-fast staining and histopathological examination, tissues are submitted for further diagnostic evaluation by PCR and bacterial culture.
www.michigan.gov /emergingdiseases/0,1607,7-186-25804_25810-74336--,00.html   (393 words)

  
 User Manual - Histopathology   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Histopathology continues to be a powerful, yet inexpensive part of veterinary diagnostics.
Brain and eyes are exceptions; they should be fixed whole.
Nearly all diagnostic histopathology can begin with tissue fixed in 10% buffered neutral formalin.
www.cvm.uiuc.edu /vdl/HistoPath_man.html   (368 words)

  
 Histopathology Standardization Program
One of the more frequently encountered problems at KFSHandRC is receiving histopathology slides which can not be read due to poor tissue processing.
This program is based on 5 phases and bean with an evaluation of histopathology labs in different regions of the country Solutions for the most frequently encountered problems were developed.
The quality of histopathology has improved dramatically since the start of this program, Five immunohistochemistry labs were established in MOH hospitals and as well as workshops were conducted for pathologists on interpretation of immunohistochemstry, and software for histopathology has been prepared and distributed to 11 MOH hospitals with workshops conducted for technicians.
www.kfshrc.edu.sa /mop/html/histopathology_standardization.html   (121 words)

  
 The Royal College of Pathologists | Training & education
This section of the website is for Histopathology trainees, or those interested in pursuing a CCT in histopathology.
It is to be used by those histopathology trainees beginning their Year 1 training from August 2005.
A training and learning records to accompany the curriculum for histopathology is available to registered trainees logged in to the Fellows and Members area of the College website.
www.rcpath.org /index.asp?PageID=116   (267 words)

  
 Histopathology
The Research Histopathology Core (RHC) is a centralized core facility funded by The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston (UTMB) in 2001.
Analytical Morphology is a contemporary science dealing with the analysis of shape, size and color arrangement of cell and tissue components by means of a variety of analytical maneuvers.
It differs from conventional morphology and histopathology in that it employs methods beyond routine hematoxylin and eosin or histochemical staining.
www.utmb.edu /scehm/histopathology.htm   (477 words)

  
 Amazon.com: Histopathology: Books   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Histopathology Specimens: Clinical, Pathological and Laboratory Aspects by Derek C. Allen and R. Iain Cameron (Paperback - Jan 31, 2004)
Anatomy The type of histopathology resection specimen received is dictated by the nature of any...
TO AVOID IT The magnitude and range of misdiagnosis in histopathology and cytopathology arc unknown and need, in the first instance,...
www.amazon.com /s?ie=UTF8&keywords=Histopathology&search-type=ss&tag=veterinaryboo-20&index=books&link_code=qs&page=1   (671 words)

  
 Histopathology Jobs Locum CONSULTANT   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Adevia Histopathology desk has a range of full time and locum consultant histopathology jobs available.
Consultant Histopathologist: Subspecialisation in Histopathology is under development and the appointee will be encouraged to have, or to develop, interest in areas that will complement those available.
Just one of The Histopathology laboratories provides a comprehensive service to a population approaching 600,000.
www.adevia.com /jobs/histopathology-locum-job.html   (656 words)

  
 Recent Advances in Histopathology 21
Although the format of the Royal College of Pathologists Part 1 examination has changed from essays to multiple choice questions, the range of current interest topics presented here will still appeal to trainees, and they should still turn to 'recent advances' in preparation for their exam.
The Royal Society of Medicine Press is delighted to publish Recent Advances in Histopathology 21, which is part of the successful and well established Recent Advances series (previously published by Churchill Livingstone).
This book provides a comprehensive update of key topics in histopathology for those preparing for postgraduate exams in pathology as well as practicing histopathologists seeking an update in their own and related specialties.
www.rsmpress.co.uk /bkunderwood2.htm   (326 words)

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