Traducción de cytology en Español:

cytology

citología, n.

Pronunciación /sʌɪˈtɒlədʒi//saɪˈtɑlədʒi/

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    citología femenino
    • Urine cytology showed transitional cells only, but a brush biopsy from the renal pelvis revealed atypical cells.
    • Digital cervical images and cytology and histology slides were externally reviewed to maximize patient safety.
    • In both cytology and histology, the largest numbers of tests were ordered on those patients age 21 to 64.
    • Sputum cytology showed atypical cells suspicious of bronchogenic carcinoma.
    • Urine cytology, which checks the number and appearance of cells in urine samples, often fails to detect early tumors.
    • Histopathology, cytology, and microbiology confirmed the diagnosis of intestinal tuberculosis.
    • HPV testing is significantly more expensive than pap tests and liquid cytology because it involves costly DNA analysis.
    • At Wolverhampton she specialised in cytology and introduced the cervical cytology screening service.
    • A repeat pleural fluid cytology on one of the occasions was suggestive of signet-ring cell carcinoma.
    • The final diagnosis was confirmed by cytology, histology, or clinical follow-up.
    • New technologies for cytology screening have been promoted to physicians and the public.
    • Combined cytology and HPV DNA testing should not be performed more often than every three years.
    • Brush biopsy is a common technique used to sample cells from lesions or suspicious areas for cytology.
    • Aspiration cytology showed no evidence of atypical cells.
    • Our study further demonstrated that the results of pericardial cytology do not influence patient survival.
    • Urine cytology may be helpful in ruling out transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder.
    • The brush cytology again revealed distinctive features of endometrial cells.
    • The laboratory medicine department of cytology at York Hospital also received a regional training award at the ceremony for its cervical screening work.
    • Vavilov was an early student of Bateson and was thoroughly grounded in genetics and cytology.
    • The diagnosis should be confirmed by biopsy or brush cytology.