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a doctor who specializes in medical diagnosis
An expert in pathology; a specialist who examines samples of body tissues for diagnostic or forensic purpose.
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One who treats of pathology.
Etymology: πάϑος and λέγω.
one skilled in pathology; an investigator in pathology; as, the pathologist of a hospital, whose duty it is to determine the causes of the diseases
Etymology: [Cf. F. pathologiste.]
Pathologist was a Czech grindcore band from Ostrava, formed in 1990.
The numerical value of pathologist in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of pathologist in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
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I don't think it's a great stretch, he was one of those guys with a very strong sense of justice and professional discipline and in light of what evolved and came to be disclosed -- I speak as a forensic pathologist who's done so many suicides over the years and what can bring someone to that point. It's pure conjecture, not based on any factual knowledge.
We use femtosecond laser pulses. We scan the skin and we get signals from the skin, particularly fluorescence, as well as another signal called second harmonic generation. So with these two signals we can build up images and get a precise look into the skin with a high resolution. The resolution is a factor of one thousand (times) better than ultrasound. So now you get the information without taking biopsies; normally you slice them, you stain them, and then a pathologist would look through these sections. Now you can get this information in seconds, labor free and with this fantastic resolution.
There were never any missing organs, the lab that does our autopsies has the organs. Coroner's offices don't always have a morgue or a forensic pathologist. We contract those services out. We utilize a team in Allentown. That's who retains the specimens. They don't always tell us what they retain. We made that clear to the family from the beginning.
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