Use of oral pathology services by general histopathologists and their attitudes to training of oral pathologists.
- Published Article
Journal of clinical pathology
- Publication Date
Jul 01, 1996
General histopathologists are aware that oral pathologists exist and most will at some time call on their services; thus there is a need for specialists in oral pathology. Consultant histopathologists have a supportive attitude to the problem of providing the necessary general experience for oral pathology trainees, which will continue to be obtained through secondment to a histopathology department outside the trainee's main institution in most cases. Central funding would help the problem of providing cover for trainees spending a year out to complete general pathology training.
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