Definition of 'pathology'
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It included new forensic pathology reports from the foremost experts in the field. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The accident also brought the pathology lab to a halt. The Sun (2007)Ask your physician for a copy of your pathology report. The Sun (2016)Sources confirmed that pathology reports listed a head injury but it is not thought to have contributed to his death. The Sun (2009)The pathology report was very favorable. Understanding Cancer (1987)In 1938 he was discharged and took up the study of pathology. Times, Sunday Times (2012)The coroner rejected an attempt to delay the hearings by three weeks because the families of the victims had only recently received pathology reports. Times, Sunday Times (2014)A new generation of drugs that will alter the actual pathology of the disease is around the corner. Times, Sunday Times (2007)He said that the official cause of death would depend on the results of molecular pathology tests, which have yet to be completed. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I'm a nurse and she works in the pathology lab. The Sun (2013)A blood sample was taken but the pathology lab closed at 4pm. The Sun (2012)His brain was removed at autopsy and kept - but his family did not find out until they read pathology report months after his funeral. The Sun (2009)He continued to excel, winning gold medals for pathology, forensic medicine and surgery. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Working, in my job in a pathology lab in a hospital, was out of the question. The Sun (2014)We were advised that they wished to await the outcome of a new pathology report, for which we didn't have a specific timescale. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Now I have to await the pathology report, be checked over tomorrow and probably return to my work schedule. Understanding Cancer (1987)
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Translations for 'pathology'
British English: pathology NOUN
Pathology is the study of the way diseases and illnesses develop.
Definition of pathology from the Collins English Dictionary
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