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neuropathologists

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  • n. Plural form of neuropathologist.

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Examples

  • The Division of Neuropathology is staffed by five pediatric neuropathologists, making it the largest group of working pediatric neuropathologists anywhere in the world.

    Neuropathology Lab

  • BARROW: That biopsy will be studied by neuropathologists, individuals who specialize in being able to recognize different types of growths and tumors.

    CNN Transcript May 21, 2008

  • And certainly at a hospital like Massachusetts General, by this point in time, I would strongly suspect that the neuropathologists have been able to identify the tumor and determine whether indeed it is a glioma, and if so, what grade of glioma it is.

    CNN Transcript May 21, 2008

  • The eponymous term "Hallervorden – Spatz syndrome" has fallen into disfavor in view of the unethical activities of the German neuropathologists Hallervorden and Spatz during World War II.

    Archive 2003-01-01

  • At first heat was considered as its essential and dominant feature, then redness, then exudative swelling; while the speculative neuropathologists consider pain the _fons et origo_ of the condition.

    The World's Greatest Books — Volume 15 — Science

  • Heidelberg neuropathologists detect astrocytomas that can deactivate the "death receptor"

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • Dr. Lucy Rorke-Adams, one of the most experienced forensic pediatric neuropathologists in the world, agrees.

    PRWeb - Daily News Feed

  • Under a microscope, neuropathologists will probe the cerebral lobes for any clues that might be gleaned about the impact of repeated concussions.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • All brain tumors were analyzed by two separate neuropathologists.

    News-Letter

  • An offensive lineman can't do his job without "using his head," one veteran says, but neuropathologists examining the brains of ex-N. F.L. players have found trauma-related degeneration.

    The New Yorker

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