American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The study of the microscopic anatomical changes in diseased tissue.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The study of morbid changes in minute structures.
- histo- + pathology (Wiktionary)
“To diagnose gluten sensitivity, Dr. Fasano relies on a few tests to rule out other causes while confirming the reaction negative immune-allergy tests to wheat, negative celiac serology, negative duodenal histopathology, presence of biomarkers of gluten immune-reaction.”
“Odontogenic keratocysts of the jaws, proven by histopathology”
“Ignore evidence that my histopathology colleagues doubted the gut biopsy specimens had any abnormal changes present, and go ahead and publish that they all had significant inflammation (attributing this to measles virus damage from the vaccine).”
“In the cases of some 8 children - two thirds of the total - you changed normal histopathology results to abnormal results, in a so-called "research review", despite claiming that the series was merely a clinical report.”
“In our first meeting, Robin showed me slides of the curved bacteria he had seen, and explained the histopathology of the gastric mucosa to me.”
“In conclusion, present dietary recommendations may worsen NAFLD non-alcoholic fatty diver disease histopathology.”
“The work there consisted largely of morbid anatomy and histopathology, under the guidance of Professor Jim”
“After this, I became Registrar in Pathology, for training in morbid anatomy and histopathology.”
“Endpoints investigated have included subchronic and chronic changes in metabolism, histopathology, and function of most systems; reproductive effects; growth; teratogenicity; and mutagenicity.”
“He is growing a pure colony of a type of streptococcus; meanwhile we will also preserve the tissue for future analysis histopathology.”
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