Definition of pathologist
: a specialist in pathology; specifically : one who interprets and diagnoses the changes caused by disease in tissues and body fluids
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Ferrell, who is a speech pathologist, met her attorney husband at Southeast Missouri State University.
During that review, Peerwani said forensic pathologists discovered something previously missed by Bao in his autopsy of Phaneese in 2011 — the girl had sickle cell trait.
Yet maintaining health insurance might not be possible all the time, said Albert Noll, a speech pathologist in Austin, Texas.
Fernandez Rundle and county officials who oversee the medical examiner have refused to allow a private forensic pathologist to review the skin tissue sample that would show more clearly whether Rainey was burned.
Mrs. Birer, a speech language pathologist, worked until May 18 with acute care patients at Duke University Hospital in Durham, N.C.
Oppenheimer said a forensic pathologist hired by the family is reviewing the autopsy.
This suggests two separate attacks over a period of days, said study leader Andreas Nerlich, a Ludwig Maximilian University pathologist.
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Definition of pathologist for English Language Learners
medical : a doctor who specializes in pathology; especially : a doctor who examines bodies to find out the cause of death
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