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- n. An expert in pathology; a specialist who examines samples of body tissues for diagnostic or forensic purpose.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One skilled in pathology; an investigator in pathology.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who treats of pathology; one who is versed in the nature and diagnosis of diseases.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a doctor who specializes in medical diagnosis
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Joe Chappell, a plant pathologist from the University of Kentucky, met Joseph Noel, a biologist and professor at Salk.
A pathologist is on-call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for urgent specimens and autopsies.
The pathologist is looking for evidence that may explain failures, and so am I. Note to commenters: I have closed this post for comments to give the four a chance to reply without any distractions.
A senior pathologist from the Serbian capital will attend.
Here, one pathologist is preparing to open the skull, using a special vibrating saw that cuts bone but not soft tissue.
The third pathologist is exploring the abdominal cavity.
Another pathologist is cutting the cartilages that join the ribs to the breastbone, in order to be able to enter the chest cavity.
If you're so interested, why don't you call the pathologist and talk to him?
In Haiti, though, emergency officials have had recourse to common graves, "given that identification of the dead was impossible," said Stephane Malbranque, a pathologist from the French overseas department of Martinique, contacted by text message in Haiti.
This remark silenced the coroner for a couple of seconds, after which he dismissed the staff nurse and called the pathologist to give his account of the post-mortem.