pathological anatomy n.
See anatomical pathology.
In 1836 he became the first occupant of the recently founded chair of pathological anatomy.
In a spirit of true prophecy, Bichat says, "We have arrived at an epoch in which pathological anatomy should start afresh."
He was physician to Napoleon, and greatly promoted the progress of experimental medicine and pathological anatomy in France.
The pathological anatomy of cases of generalized catarrh is better known, as they form the bulk of the fatal cases.
The most important scientific development for medicine came from pathological anatomy.
To him, more than to any other, we owe the commencement of the study of gross pathology and pathological anatomy.
I was certified by the American Board of Pathology in both clinical and pathological anatomy in 1957 and 1958.
Bgin and Serrulas, on the preservation of objects of pathological anatomy, trials were made at the Val-de-Grace.
Coiter is called in the Biographie Universelle one of the creators of pathological anatomy.
In many other countries besides Italy, however, pathological anatomy attracted much attention.