Pathology Sample Clauses

Pathology. 6.9.1. The Customer will only incur the costs of processing the specimens returned by the Service User. For example, if a blood sample is not provided only the costs associated with chlamydia and gonorrhoea testing should be included.
Pathology. In the event of a fatal accident, and if requested by the AAIB, RAF CAM will report to the AAIB on the medical and pathological aspects of the accident. An aviation pathologist from RAF CAM may undertake autopsies, if appointed by HM Coroner or equivalent, and may review reports from other pathologists. DDAvMed at HQ Air Command and RAF CAM at RAF Henlow will also be available to provide aviation medicine advice to the AAIB, if requested, in respect of non-fatal accidents.
Pathology. Although it has long been suggested that morbidity associated with infection is underestimated, the degree of disability ensuing following schistosome infection is a matter of contention (King et al., 2005; Xxxxxxxxxxx et al., 2008). Symptoms of schistosomal infection vary from mild discomfort to severe disability and pathology is commonly classified as acute or chronic (King et al., 2005). Most of the pathology associated with schistosomiasis is generally attributed to granulomatous response to eggs as opposed to the adult worms (Xxxx et al., 2004). Schistosomiasis is significantly associated with chronic pain, diarrhea, fatigue, impaired growth and development, and exercise intolerance (King et al., 2005). All forms of schistosomiasis are "firmly associated" with anemia independent of dietary and co-infection factors and, in general, higher infection intensity is associated with more severe anemia (King and Xxxxxxxxxxx- Xxx 2008). Schistosomiasis has been associated with nutritional status, and protein- energy malnutrition possibly due to anorexia, blood loss to parasite consumption, increased physiologic load, and reduced absorption associated with diarrhea (Xxxxxxxxxx, 1993; XxXxxxxx et al., 1996). Even light schistosomiasis infections can cause undernutrition and growth stunting (King and Xxxxxxxxxxx-Xxx, 2008). Less prevalent, but severe sequelae include liver fibrosis, portal hypertension, hepatosplenomegaly, urinary tract obstruction (King and Xxxxxxxxxxx-Xxx, 2008). Severity of schistosomiasis disease is influenced by host genetics, infection intensity, in utero sensitization to schistosome antigens, and co-infection status (Xxxxxx and MacDonald, 2002). The initial response to cercarial penetration can manifest as a temporary rash commonly referred to as “swimmers’ itch” or cercarial dermatitis. Acute response to schistosome infection (also known as Katayama fever) induces fever as well as myalgia, malaise, and non-productive cough generally occurring several weeks after infection and is commonly seen in individuals from non-endemic areas concurrent with the onset of egg production. Most cases resolve spontaneously, but some continue with increasing severity. Such a response is rare in S. haematobium and S. mansoni endemic areas, but occurs more frequently in S. japonicum endemic setting even in those who have been previously exposed (Xxxxxx and MacDonald, 2002; Gryseels et al., 2006). The symptomatology of chronic schistosomiasis varies with the ...

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