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How can I tell if a lump or bump is cancerous?

Tumors of the skin and subcutaneous (tissue just underneath the skin) are the most common tumors affecting dogs and the second most common tumors affecting cats. 952 more words

General Oncology Topics

The Law of Unintended Consequences

Has the guidelines that encourage less Pap testing over the course of a woman’s life contributed to less women being screened for STDs such as Chlamydia? 99 more words

Cytology

Cytology

Cytology is that branch of life science that deals with the study of cells in terms of structure, function and chemistry. This course introduces biology majors to the structures and functions of cells and their organelles. 45 more words

Cytology

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The study of biology connects us to the world we are living in reminding us of our interconnection with all other life forms.You will learn to think and behave like a scientist and explore topics and issues that impact our lives and the world around us.

Cytology

Cytopathology Case Review

Christopher J. Vandenbussche -et al-

Copyright: 2015

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QY 95 V227c 2015

Pathology

Happy Cytotechnology Day!

To commemorate Dr. George Papanicolaou’s contributions to the field of medicine, May 13 – his birthday – has been designated National Cytotechnology Day (NCD).   In addition to celebrating the important work of Dr. 31 more words

Cytology

Alternative developmental pathways of stomata

Ultrastructure of stomatal development in early-divergent angiosperms reveals contrasting patterning and pre-patterning

by Rudall P. J., Knowles E. V. W. (2013)

in Annals of Botany 111: 1031-1043. 240 more words

Morphology