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The study of diseased tissues under a microscope to determine the manifestation of the disease is called histopathology. In medicine, a pathologist examines tissues obtained from biopsies during diagnosis or treatment. The pathologist studies these specimen under the microscope after the tissue is cut into sections, stained, and placed in a glass slab. After reviewing the sample, the pathologist provides a histopathology report, which provides details about the type of cells seen and if it is cancerous. The report includes features like the type of cancer, the extent of spread, and if the cancer tissue has healthy tissue surrounding it. If there is no healthy tissue surrounding the sample, it means the cancer has spread beyond what was surgically removed.