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pathology in Occupations topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpathologypa‧thol‧o‧gy /pəˈθɒlədʒi $ -ˈθɑː-/ noun [uncountable]  MIthe study of the causes and effects of illnessespathologist noun [countable]
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pathologySupported by four applied science courses covering the biology, entomology and pathology of seeds, and plant breeding.A qualified doctor working as a senior houseman in a hospital pathology department she discovered she was pregnant in November 1988.In a friendly fashion, I began with a simple question: Why had he gone into pathology?It is true that with increased years the incidence of multiple pathology increases.The contents of the racist pathology and the material circumstances to which it can be made to correspond are thus left untouched.The original macroscopic descriptions were reviewed to ensure that the available slides represented an adequate sampling of significant pathology.The postmortem was done in the pathology department of the Perth hospital.