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neuropathologist

Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who is skilled in neuropathology.

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  • noun A specialist who practices neuropathology

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Examples

  • Dr. Christine Fuller, a neuropathologist, said the injury was severe enough to cause Love to lose motor functions before dying as many as two hours later.

    Yeardley Love Died Of Blow To Head, Expert Says

  • Dr. Christine Fuller, a neuropathologist, said the injury was severe enough to cause Love to lose motor functions before dying as many as two hours later.

    Yeardley Love Died Of Blow To Head, Expert Says

  • A multidisciplinary team including neurology physicians, certified nurse practitioners, clinical nurses and a neuropsychologist, neurosurgeon, neuropathologist, neuroradiologist and social worker.

    Pediatric Regional Epilepsy Program

  • But Dr Ann McKee, the director of the neuropathology laboratory for the New England Veterans Administration Medical Centers, and the lead neuropathologist on the study, said that the implication is that he may well have died not from the disease named after him but from the repeated concussions he received on the baseball field as well as when he played American football in school and at university.

    Lou Gehrig killed by baseball not Lou Gehrig's disease, study findings suggest

  • We were there at the invitation of the Parkinson ' s Disease Society Tissue Bank to observe an ordinary morning in the life of a neuropathologist.

    Exploring Science Through Art

  • OLIVER: Well, had I done the autopsy, I would have kept the entire brain and had a neuropathologist to examine it to alleviate any possibility of any other cause of death, rather than toxicological study.

    CNN Transcript Jul 10, 2009

  • In January, a neuropathologist claimed that repeated concussions likely contributed to the November suicide of the former Philadelphia Eagles player Andre Waters.

    Balloon Juice » 2007 » May

  • Until we get that toxicology, until that brain is analyzed by a neuropathologist, we're not going to know the cause of death.

    CNN Transcript Jul 13, 2009

  • Japan already does that, and Europe tests every animal older than 30 months (the age at which the incidence of BSE starts to climb), says Dr. Stephen De Armond, a neuropathologist at the University of California, San Francisco, and an authority on BSE.

    LEAVING A BAD TASTE

  • Japan already does that, and Europe tests every animal older than 30 months (the age at which the incidence of BSE starts to climb), says Dr. Stephen De Armond, a neuropathologist at the University of California, San Francisco, and an authority on BSE.

    MAD COW: WHAT'S SAFE NOW?

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