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Perhaps a new core competency of a clinical pathologist should be to improve patient care by providing complementary knowledge service related to diagnostic testing (18).
He is an anatomic and clinical pathologist with Pathology Consultants in Eugene.
VolLman is a certified clinical pathologist for Doctor's Anatomic Pathology Services P.
President of Association of Clinical Pathologists 2001-2; Wales; Co-opted Member of Council, Association of Clinical Pathologist, UK 2001-2; Council Member, British Medical Association 2001; Wales; Post-Graduate Education Committee Member, ACP 1999-2002; Assistant Editor, Journal of Pathology; member of American Association for Cancer Research; British Society for Immunology.
Des Leadon, clinical pathologist at the Irish Equine Centre, said he could tell from the molars of the animal discovered by a councillor in Co Kerry.
Reed is a clinical pathologist and director of Clinical Research at the Marshfield Medical Research Foundation.
The contract mentions that the Bacolod City Government is in requirement of the services of a clinical pathologist to manage and supervise the operation of the Bacolod City Health Clinical Laboratory and Drug Testing Center and assist in its establishment and maintenance.
Students are currently assigned to 1 of 4 conference groups and work with a designated anatomic pathologist and clinical pathologist for each group.
of Texas Health Center, Tyler) and Hammar (a Bremerton, WA clinical pathologist specializing in asbestos-related lung disease) introduce eight chapters by US authorities comprehensively covering the long history of commercial mining of these two families of useful minerals; why the human respiratory system is vulnerable to asbestosis and asbestos-induced lung cancer; and the features, epidemiology, and diagnosis of such diseases.
California-based anatomic and clinical pathologist Gamble has produced a detailed guide based on 147 cases of renal involvement associated with dysproteinemia in university and community hospital settings over some 25 years.
In addition, Life Laboratories also has one clinical pathologist and five anatomical pathologists on staff, each with his own microscope.
Clearly, one major role for the clinical pathologist is to serve as a consultant to physicians and other healthcare providers in other medical specialties.
Claudio Ortolani, Consultant Clinical Pathologist, Ospedale dell'Angelo, Venice, Italy
Rebecca Shoda-Meyer, a California-based clinical pathologist and aging expert, addresses the causes of social isolation and shares recommendations for ways seniors can stay connected in social circles.
Dodson, an environmental consultant and former professor, and Hammar, an anatomic and clinical pathologist who specializes in lung disease and cancer, present 15 chapters on asbestos.
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