Current Achievements of Histology Science in Evaluating the Quality of Students of Medical Universities

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Azizova Feruza Khusanovna
Sobirova Dildora Ravshanovna
Otajonova Aziza Nigmatullayevna
Tursunmetov Ibodulla Ruziboyevich
Mirzamukhamedov Odiljon Khadjiakbarovich
Umarova Zulfiya Khosilovna


Modern histology science is progressively employed for the assessment of medical students' learning experience, academic performance, and clinical competence. This grading system is used to identify and address the gaps in medical education. Histology enables the assessment of the quality of the learning experience of medical students and can highlight the weaknesses in the current academic curriculum. New imaging techniques and molecular biology developments have allowed for more detailed and higher resolution histological studies, leading to a better understanding of pathological diseases and enhancing the use of this discipline as an evaluation tool. Despite the limitations of histology as an isolated tool, its employment in conjunction with advanced techniques could overcome these limitations and aid in evaluating medical students' skills comprehensively.

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Azizova Feruza Khusanovna, Sobirova Dildora Ravshanovna, Otajonova Aziza Nigmatullayevna, Tursunmetov Ibodulla Ruziboyevich, Mirzamukhamedov Odiljon Khadjiakbarovich, & Umarova Zulfiya Khosilovna. (2023). Current Achievements of Histology Science in Evaluating the Quality of Students of Medical Universities. Journal of Coastal Life Medicine, 11(1), 2214–2219. Retrieved from


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