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cytotechnologist

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A technician trained in medical examination and identification of cellular abnormalities.

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  • noun A scientist working in the field of cytotechnology.

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Examples

  • She lives in Somerville, Massachusetts, where she teaches creative writing at Grub Street and works as a cytotechnologist.

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  • She lives in Somerville, Massachusetts, where she teaches creative writing at Grub Street and works as a cytotechnologist.

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  • My mother was a cytotechnologist looked for cancer cells on slides and my father was an insurance salesman.

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  • She lives in Somerville, Massachusetts, where she teaches creative writing at Grub Street and works as a cytotechnologist.

    Dont You Forget About Me

  • Working manually, a cytotechnologist can analyze about 80 to 90 slides a day regulations set the maximum at 100 per day.

    Slate Magazine

  • There's one bill on behalf of "CYTCY Corporation" that sets limits on the number of gynecologic slides a cytotechnologist can manually review in a 24-hour period.

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  • The other diplomas on the chopping block were telecommunications engineering technology, avionics engineering technology and the cytotechnologist program.

    AllDeaf.com

  • The other diplomas on the chopping block were telecommunications engineering technology, avionics engineering technology and the cytotechnologist program.

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  • By directing the cytotechnologist to areas of interest on a slide, the system may increase a cytology laboratory's screening productivity and diagnostic accuracy.

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  • In the case of manual screening, the cytotechnologist screens each Pap test slide with a microscope to first determine the adequacy of the slide and to then examine the entire slide to differentiate diseased or abnormal cells from normal cells.

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