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Histology, microscopy, anatomy and disease
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1.3 Histopathology for the diagnosis of disease

In this video, David provides some guidance for the systematic examination of slides, based on an understanding of what the normal tissue looks like.

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When viewing a section, it is important to note and report any changes objectively. Interpretation of what has caused the changes takes considerable experience. Even if you have a good idea of the underlying cause, observations and interpretation should be clearly distinguished.