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Pathology

Pathologists focus on the disease, studying the cause leading to the development and effects of the illness on the patient. Generally, pathology is at the forefront of discovery, dealing with diagnostics and treatment of all forms of diseases.

Our pathologists study patients, tissues, assess results and generally help other medical experts to reach conclusions about various diseases. Depending on the symptoms, the pathologist will focus the tests in such a manner to confirm doubts and eliminate other options in the diagnostic stage. By working together with surgeons, oncologists, physicians, and other experts, pathologists solidify the findings of previous examinations and keep the treatment on the right track.

Anatomical pathology deals with organs and tissue, while clinical pathology examines bodily fluids.

  • Cytopathology – Analysis of changes on the cell level, commonly used in cancer detection

  • Anatomic Pathology – is a medical specialty that is concerned with the diagnosis of disease based on the macroscopic, microscopic, biochemical, immunologic and molecular examination of organs and tissues.

Additionally, a pathologist can specialize in pediatric diagnostics of illnesses, or forensic pathology which tries to understand those extreme cases where patient death happened suddenly and with little to no evidence of prior illness.

A pathologist is one of the main allies in the timely detection of the illness, appropriate diagnostics, and isolation of the problem.

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