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Minerva Urologica e Nefrologica 2001 December;53(4):221-9

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language: Italian

Communication between urologist and pathologist. New standardization of histological reports. A proposal

Casetta G., Moiso A., Zitella A., Tizzani A.

Università degli Studi - Torino Divisione Universitaria di Patologia Urologica


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The aim of this work is to propose a new clinical data system which should accompany the histological sample for the histologic diagnosis made by the pathologist. Six different schedules on the most important urological tumours are presented: prostate (needle biopsies and surgical approach), bladder (endoscopic procedure and open surgery), kidney and ureter, testis. In each schedule the urologist provides, in a scheme, the clinical report needed for the pathologist’s final diagnosis. A clear explanation of the clinical data and a faster method of filling in the form are the qualifying elements of these schedules.

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