That branch of biological science, which treats of the minute (microscopic) structure of animal and vegetable tissues; -- called also histiology.
The microscopic study of tissues to gain an understanding of the cellular and subcellular features of animal or plant life.
The anatomical study of the microscopic structure of tissues, including cellular structure and function. See also histologic sectioning and histologic grading.
The study of cells and tissues at the microscopic level.
Sometimes called microscopic anatomy, histology focuses on the relationships between the smallest structures of the cells, tissues, and organs and their functions. In hepatitis C, histological improvement means improved liver tissue health—for example, reduced inflammation, fibrosis, or cirrhosis (see ‘liver biopsy').
The examination of tissues under the microscope to assist diagnosis.
That department of anatomy which deals with the minute structure, composition, and function of the tissues.
Assessment of cellular features by light microscopy of sections from paraffin embedded tissue.
the study of cells and tissue structure on the microscopic level. The study is performed on small amount of tissue obtained with a biopsy.
the branch of anatomy that deals with the structure, composition, and function of body tissues.
The microscopic examination of normal tissue.
the branch of biology that studies the microscopic structure of animal or plant tissues
Appearance of tissue when viewed under a microscope.
the microscopic identification of cell-types.
(Gr. histos, cloth, tissue + logos, discourse) Science that deals with the microscopic structure of animal and plant tissues.
Study of structure and composition of tissue as examined under a microscope. It is the only reliable way to assess extent of scarring and the most precise way to diagnose liver damage.
the study and description of diseased cells
The cell type(s) making up Wilms tumor and the study of these cells.
The science concerned with the minute structure of tissues and organs in relation to their function. Also called microanatomy.
The study of the microscopic structure or anatomy of tissues.
The study of tissue under a microscope.
The study of tissues under a microscope. The tissue comes from a biopsy specimen
The anatomical study of the microscopic structure of animal and plant tissues.
Microscopic examination of a tissue.
Morphological examination of tissue and cells
Histology is the study of tissue structure. A histologist is a scientist who studies histology.
the study of the microscopic structure of tissue
the study or examination of tissue.
the study of the composition and function of cells.
Category of anatomy dealing with the minute structures, composition, and function of the tissues; also called miroscopic anatomy. The microscopic study of the tissues.
To do with the study of cells and tissues by staining techniques and visualisation by microscopy.
Microscopic study of cell and tissues .
The study of the form of cells and tissue. Histopathology is the study of the effects of disease on tissues and cells.
The study of body cells and of the structure of body tissues, using a microscope.
the study of tissues, usually under the microscope
The study of body tissue, by looking at samples through a microscope.
The microscopic study of the minute structure and composition of tissues by tissue sections. Within the context of the NCSP this includes:(a) Cervical histology · Biopsies whether diagnostic or treatment· Polyps· Cervical component of hysterectomies with a diagnosis on the cervical component(b) Vaginal histology· Biopsies· Polyps
The science that deals with the minute structure of cells, tissue and organs in relation to their function.
The examination of tissues in order to diagnose the underlying disease.
The microscopic study of the structure and form of the various tissues making up a living organism.
The field of medicine that studies tissue under the microscope. Histological evaluations of liver biopsy samples are helpful in the diagnosis and monitoring of possible liver damage in chronic HBV and HCV carriers.
The appearance of the cancer cells under the microscope.
The study of the microanatomy of tissues and their cellular structure.
Gr. histos - a web; Gr. logy - to give an account]. The microscopic study of cells and tissues and their organization into organs.
The microscopic structure of organic tissues. The branch of biology dealing with the study of tissues.
microscopic identification of cells and tissue.
The study of tissues to determine their specific characteristics, which may lead to identifying a specific type of Hodgkin's disease or Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma. It is often used to mean tissue characteristics.
The study of the microscopic structure of cells.
The study or examination of tissues or cells under a microscope.
The study of tissues and cells under a microscope.
Study (usually microscopic) of the anatomy of tissues and their cellular and subcellular structure.
The study of tissues, used in diagnosis.
The study of the structure of tissues by means of special straining techniques combined with light and electron microscopy.
the study of the minute structure, composition and function of tissue.
The field of medicine that studies tissue under the microscope to look for evidence of damage or disease.
The study of tissues to determine their specific characteristics, which may lead to identifying a specific type of lung cancer.
microscopic examination of tissues
A branch of anatomy concerned with the study of the microscopic structures of tissue.
The study of the structure of cells and tissues; usually involves microscopic examination of tissue slices.
Science of the structure and function of body tissue on the microscopic level.
A branch of anatomy; microscopic anatomy
Histology (from the Greek ) is the study of tissue sectioned as a thin slice, using a microtome. It can be described as microscopic anatomy. Histology is an essential tool of biology.