Produce a basic interpretative report on histopathology investigations.
Knowledge and skills you might demonstrate
- The components required for a histopathology report and their relevance to patient care.
- The information to be included in an interpretative report.
- How to construct an interpretative report and the format required for presentation.
- Limits of responsibility in the authorisation and issue of interpretative reports.
- Clinical conditions that may require urgent action and how to instigate such action.
- Normal and abnormal results and their significance to the clinical question or condition.
- Relevance and importance of specificity, sensitivity, accuracy, precision and linearity in the evaluation of analytical methods.
- The range of further investigations that may be required, their purpose, capabilities and limitations.