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Use of electric power morcellation for hysterectomy declines following FDA warning
In a study appearing in the Aug. 23/30 issue of JAMA, Jason D. (2016-08-23)
Alzheimer's pathology related to episodic memory in those without dementia
Alzheimer's pathology can appear in the brains of older men and women without dementia or mild cognitive impairment. (2006-06-26)
Making 'virtopsies' a reality
A new research project at the University of Leicester is set to play a vital role in continuing research into viable alternatives to invasive autopsies, which many families find to be unpleasant. (2010-06-28)
Racial disparity in colon cancer survival not easily explained, UAB researchers say
For colon and other cancers, African-Americans have lower survival rates than whites. (2009-11-23)
AMP comments at FDA meeting on next-generation sequencing
The Association for Molecular Pathology gave public comments at the US Food and Drug Administration's meeting on next generation sequencing and called on officials to partner with professional associations as they develop a program to evaluate sequencing based diagnostics. (2011-06-23)
Baum to receive IADR Oral Medicine & Pathology Award
Dr. Bruce J. Baum, chief of the Gene Therapy and Therapeutics Branch of the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research (National Institutes of Health), has been named the 2007 recipient of the Oral Medicine & Pathology Research Award, conferred by the International Association for Dental Research, convening here today for its 85th General Session. (2007-03-21)
Review of appendix cancer cases finds over diagnosis
Lesions of the appendix are being over diagnosed as invasive cancer, report University of California San Diego School of Medicine researchers in a paper published June 7 in the journal PLOS ONE. (2017-06-07)
Butter-flavored popcorn ingredient suspected cause of lung disease
An unusually high incidence of lung disease has been diagnosed in workers at popcorn factories. (2008-04-29)
Pathology Atlas to be previewed at AACR17
A demo version of a new Pathology Atlas will be presented on April 2-5 at the annual meeting of American Association of Cancer Research (AACR17) in Washington, DC. (2017-04-03)
Protein illustrates muscle damage: McMaster researchers
Regardless of the way in which muscle was damaged, either through trauma or disease, Xin was strongly correlated to the degree of damage. (2013-11-11)
Plant pathologists express need for plant pathology-related microbial culture resources
Microbial culture collections have played a crucial part in accelerating the progress of research in the biological sciences, but a collection dedicated to plant pathogens is still needed say plant pathologists with the American Phytopathological Society (APS). (2003-12-05)
K-State's plant pathology head named fellow of Phytopathology Society
John Leslie, professor of plant pathology, has been named a Fellow of the American Phytopathological Society. (2009-09-14)
World-first to predict premature births
Australian researchers and a pathology company have joined forces to develop a world-first computerised system which may reveal a way to predict premature birth with greater accuracy. (2008-09-04)
Mobile-friendly soybean disease field guide now available
A new mobile-friendly disease field guide will help growers, agents and consultants in the Mid-South quickly assess foliar diseases in soybean fields. (2016-08-23)
Investigators construct detailed classification system for child homicide by a parent
Investigators at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas are providing insight into a most disturbing crime - the killing of a child by a parent, or filicide. (1999-11-18)
UAB researchers discover antibody receptor identity, propose renaming immune-system gene
In what has eluded discovery for 30 years, scientists have identified a cellular receptor for the immune system's first-response antibody immunoglobulin M (IgM). (2009-11-19)
Mild memory loss is not a part of normal aging
The very early mild cognitive changes once thought to be normal aging are really the first signs of progressive dementia, in particular Alzheimer's disease. (2010-09-15)
Blocking molecules protects health of implants
Blocking a key molecule protects breast implants, pacemakers, artificial joints and other biomaterials from rejection and damage by the body. (2004-12-20)
Researchers highlight brain region as 'ground zero' of Alzheimer's disease
A critical but vulnerable region in the brain appears to be the first place affected by late onset Alzheimer's disease and may be more important for maintaining cognitive function in later life than previously appreciated, according to a new review of the scientific literature. (2016-02-16)
2005 Oral Medicine and Pathology Research Award
Professor Newell W. Johnson, Dean of Griffith University's newly created School of Dentistry and Oral Health, Queensland, Australia, has been named the 2005 recipient of the Oral Medicine and Pathology Research Award, conferred by the International Association for Dental Research (IADR), convening here today for its 83rd General Session. (2005-03-09)
Study details sources of discrepancies between initial and final pathology reports
University of Colorado Cancer Center study details the hospital procedures that lead to discrepancies between initial, intraoperative pathology evaluation and the results of the final, less pressured examination. (2016-08-16)
Macrophages from human lymphoma patients cause mouse lymphoma in mice, UCSF study finds
UCSF researchers have found that macrophages when taken from HIV-infected lymphoma patients and injected into mice, induced aggressive mouse T-cell lymphomas in the mice. (2002-09-30)
Smaller ultrasound-guided biopsy needle is safe, effective, way to biopsy suspected breast cancer
A 14-gauge tru-cut needle biopsy, guided by real-time ultrasound, offers an easy, inexpensive, and fast way to accurately biopsy suspected breast cancer, a new study shows. (2003-05-05)
Elsevier announces publishing of the Journal of Molecular Diagnostics
Elsevier, a world-leading publisher of scientific, technical and medical information products and services, is pleased to announce that as of January 2011 Elsevier will publish the Journal of Molecular Diagnostics (JMD) in partnership with the Association for Molecular Pathology (AMP) and the American Society for Investigative Pathology (ASIP). (2010-10-12)
MUHC/McGill Ocular Pathology Laboratory celebrates a decade of progress
The Burnier International Ocular Pathology Society is holding a Scientific Colloquium in Montreal today to mark the tenth anniversary of the McGill University Health Centre's Henry C. (2010-05-06)
UT Southwestern, Children's Medical Center to test new rapid diagnostic equipment
Instead of waiting five to seven days to find out if a child brought to the emergency room tests positive for meningitis or whooping cough, new rapid diagnostic testing equipment will provide doctors at UT Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas and Children's Medical Center of Dallas with an answer in a few hours. (2002-10-31)
Method devised for diagnosis of ocular diseases
GAIKER-IK4 Technological Centre's Area of Biotechnology, together with the Opthtalmological Surgery Clinical Institute of Bilbao (ICQO) are co-operating in a research project the aim of which is to develop a diagnostic system, based on immunochromatographic techniques, for the specific recognition of proteic markers for ocular pathologies in eye teardrop samples. (2007-01-17)
Crucial hormonal pathway to bone building uncovered
New study shows parathyroid hormone given intermittently enhances the body's own bone-building action through a specific (2008-10-31)
University contributes to new advances in cancer diagnosis
A University of Warwick computer scientist is working with technology that could revolutionise how some cancers are diagnosed. (2015-12-09)
Resveratrol, found in red wine, worsens MS-like symptoms and neuropathology in mice
Resveratrol, a naturally occurring polyphenol compound produced by the skin of red grapes and peanuts, and found in red wine, has been touted as a beneficial supplement due to its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. (2013-10-01)
Questions remain over existence of 'new syndrome' in autistic children
This week, the BMJ questions the existence of a new bowel condition in autistic children dubbed (2010-04-15)
Diabetes drug shows promise for safely treating, detecting Alzheimer's disease
A new study has found treatment with the diabetes drug amylin (or pramlintide) safely improves learning and memory function in AD patients and reduces the AD pathology in their brains. (2017-03-08)
Inaugural award honors collaborative team science
Highlighting the collaborative nature of the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR), the inaugural AACR Team Science Award will be presented to a team comprised of researchers from the University of Michigan and Harvard University, Brigham and Women's Hospital, at the 2007 AACR Annual Meeting in Los Angeles. (2007-04-12)
Researchers developing quick, inexpensive test to assess ER+ breast cancers
Researchers from Case Western Reserve University are teaming with industry and other academics to develop a quick and inexpensive test to predict which women with ER+ breast cancer need chemotherapy and which need only the more tolerable hormonal therapy. (2016-07-11)
1 sample examined by 1,000 pathologists -- how and why?
This week, more than 800 pathologists from around Europe and the world will take part in a first of its kind, large-scale virtual microscopy slide seminar on the web. (2007-09-05)
Analysis of breast and colon cancer genes finds many areas of differences between tumors
Researchers from University Hospitals Ireland Cancer Center and Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine are part of a new national study that has analyzed more than 18,000 genes, including 5,000 previously unmapped genes, from breast and colorectal tumors. (2007-10-11)
Connection between brain inflammation and CTE identified
For the first time, researchers have shown that inflammation in the brain may have direct involvement in the development of chronic traumatic encephalopathy. (2016-11-02)
XenOPAT, mouse models for personalized cancer treatment
On Sept. 8, the company XenOPAT SL, a spin-off of the Institute of Biomedical Research and the Catalan Institute of Oncology was established with the aim of bringing the company the latest scientific developments to the service combating cancer with two main branches: the development of new drugs and advance the implementation of personalized cancer treatments. (2014-09-23)
MARC travel awards announced for the 2013 SIPMeT/ASIP Young Scientists meeting
FASEB MARC Program has announced the travel award recipients for the 2013 Young Scientists meeting held by the Italian Society of Pathology and Translational Medicine and the American Society of Investigative Pathology meeting in Rome, Italy from Oct. (2013-10-17)
Cardiac and respiratory function supported by abdominal muscles in muscular dystrophy
Using mouse models, researchers found that abdominal muscles may be severely involved in the muscular dystrophy process. (2015-02-26)
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