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the branch of biology that studies the microscopic structure of animal or plant tissues

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35%) used both GI and histology, whereas after 2000, the rate was 33 of 61 papers (54%) (Table 7).
But tumors often show mixed histology, and cancer treatment needs to target the most aggressive subtype present in the tumor, he added.
The text and atlas is designed to be accessible to the absolute beginner, so appendices outline the basics of microscopy and histology staining techniques as well as a basic glossary.
There were no pathological findings in 100 of the biopsies and they constituted the normal histology group.
We aimed to determine the grade of cervical pathology as reported cytologically in HIV-infected women at least 6 months after local excision compared with the histology findings at the time of treatment, and to assess the factors associated with a lesser grade of disease at follow-up.
On histology, a final diagnosis on haemotoxylin and eosin (H and E) stained slides could be reached in 52 out of 54 malignant lesions.
The Sensitivity, Specificity, Positive Predictive Value and Negative Predictive Value in touch cytology method were 95.65%, 100%, 100%, and 66%, and in histology method were 84.78%, 100%, 100% and 36.36% respectively.
NEW ORLEANS -- Nonpolypoid colorectal neoplasms in women are significantly more likely to contain advanced histology compared with those in men, based on data from a review of more than 2,300 adults who underwent routine colonoscopies.
The classic 'triphasic' histology consists of 3 elements: very immature renal parenchymal cells (blastema), primitive tubules (epithelial cells) and supporting mesenchyme.
Growth of physician insourcing of histology labs: With increasing federal regulations associated with purchasing services from an outside entity, physicians are investigating the in-office histology laboratory as a means to increase revenue and efficiency, and cut the "apron strings" pathologists have with hospitals.
The researchers had access to the size and histology of each polyp that was removed, Dr.
Background & Aims: To investigate the effect of Boswellia serrata extract (BSE) on symptoms, quality of life and histology in patients with collagenous colitis.
Are the following tests invasive or done by ultrasound: IVUS, which sees inside the diseased vessels in a cath lab, and VH (virtual histology), to assess plaque in arteries?
Diagnosis can be delayed as a result of the entity's rarity or confounding tissue histology. Early detection and treatment are essential to control this highly malignant soft-tissue cancer.