Pathologie pp 15-35 | Cite as

Einführung in die bioptische Diagnostik

  • W. Remmele

Zusammenfassung

Die diagnostische Tätigkeit des Pathologen umfaßt zwei große Bereiche:
  • die autoptische Diagnostik, d. h. die Autopsie (Sektion, Obduktion) verstorbener Patienten mit morphologischer Begutachtung der Organe,

  • die bioptische Diagnostik, d. h. die morphologische Begutachtung der von lebenden Patienten gewonnenen Organ-, Gewebs- oder Zellpräparate (Einzelheiten zur Definition s. u.).

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