Pathology Conferences have been integrated with diverse modules such as CME Meetings, , Pathology symposia, accredited courses, special seminars, international workshops, awards to scientists, young researchers and Pathologists, exhibitors from Laboratories, diagnostics, pathology application developers, technology innovators in pathology, and programs on Editorial meetings and more International Pathology Journals
The research and study in knowing the suffering of patient with contrast to its normal function is significantly defined as what Pathology known in those calssical days. Pathology stands as an important field among all the fields of Medicine and holds its strong evidence to interrelate with multiple fields of Biological Sciences. In present era Pathology stands as a Major branch in Medicine. Development of Pathology as a major subject has confronted a significant appeal to Modern Medicine and augmentation of modern technologies in disease diagnosis and therapy.
Today’s modern and influential techniques to study aspects of Anatomy and Physiology have transgressed the definition of Pathology to further stage of critical understanding of living organisms from Morphology to Anatomy, Anatomy to Organ Development, Organ development to Tissue transformation, Tissues to Cellular development and from Cellular level to Physiological changes which appear through the magnificent technology existing today. Furthermore the study has been evolved as Pathophysiology and then with its vast subjects of current trend it has been classified majorly into General and systemic Pathology.
Intellectuals defined it in different ways and the definition of pathology has evolved over the centuries from supernatural beliefs to the present state of Modern Pathology.
Pathology is a branch of medical science primarily concerning the examination of organs, tissues, and bodily fluids in order to make a diagnosis of disease. Pathology in general is a science of the causes and effects of diseases. It is also considered as the branch of medicine that deals with the laboratory examination of samples of body tissue for diagnostic or forensic purposes.
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