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How do histologists diagnose tuberculosis?

Tuberculosis (TB) is caused by the bacterium Mycobacteria tuberculosis.  It most commonly presents in the lungs because inhalation of the M. tuberculosis organism is its easiest mode of entry into the body. It can be really difficult for a clinician to suspect if a patient has TB.  This is because visible symptoms do not show … Continue reading

HistoQuarterly: LIVER

Working in a histology lab means that I get to see a lot of what our body looks like under the microscope.  Quarterly I will share with you some of my photos from the microscopic world of our inner space and tell you a little bit about what we’re looking at. This year is National … Continue reading

HistoQuarterly: PANCREAS

Working in a histology lab means that I get to see a lot of what our body looks like under the microscope.  Quarterly I will share with you some of my photos from the microscopic world of our inner space and tell you a little bit about what we’re looking at. This quarter I have … Continue reading

HistoQuarterly: SKIN

Working in a histology lab means that I get to see a lot of what our body looks like under the microscope.  Quarterly I will share with you some of my photos from the microscopic world of our inner space and tell you a little bit about what we’re looking at. Before we journey on … Continue reading

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Della Thomas

Della Thomas

Hello, my name is Della and I'm a Specialist Scientific Lead in histological dissection working for the NHS in England.

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