Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine
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Accreditation and regulatory implications of electronic health records for laboratory reporting.
The Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments of 1988 include strict regulations for reporting content, and it falls on the named director to ensure that this content is available to the caregiver. With the electronic health record serving as the conduit to the end user of the laboratory data, the...
The molecular genetics of inflammatory, autoimmune, and infectious diseases of the sinonasal tract: a review.
The sinonasal tract is frequently affected by a variety of nonneoplastic inflammatory disease processes that are often multifactorial in their etiology but commonly have a molecular genetic component. To review the molecular genetics of a variety of nonneoplastic inflammatory diseases of the sinonas...
Molecular pathology of skin neoplasms of the head and neck.
Skin neoplasms include the most common malignancies affecting humans. Many show an ultraviolet (UV)-induced pathogenesis and often affect the head and neck region. To review literature on cutaneous neoplasms that show a predilection for the head and neck region and that are associated with molecular...
Bernd w. Scheithauer, MD (1946-2011): mentor, friend, and prodigy.
An article by Suryawanshi et al that appears in the August 2011 issue of the Archives (Suryawanshi P, Ramadwar M, Dikshit R, et al. A Study of Pathologic Risk Factors in Postchemoreduced, Enucleated Specimens of Advanced Retinoblastomas in a Developing Country. Arch Pathol Lab Med....
Grover m. Hutchins, MD.
Pulmonary pathology society 6th biennial meeting abstracts.
An algorithmic approach to the brain biopsy--part II.
We assist the resident in arriving at the correct diagnosis for neuropathologic lesions containing granulomatous inflammation, macrophages, or abnormal blood vessels....
Stand-alone Laboratory Information Systems Versus Laboratory Modules Incorporated in the Electronic Health Record.
The increasing availability of laboratory information management modules within enterprise electronic health record solutions has resulted in some institutional administrators deciding which laboratory information system will be used to manage workflow within the laboratory, often with minimal input...
Organizing disparate, seemingly chaotic data into a meaningful and useful order.