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What is pathology?
Pathology is the study of disease. It is the bridge between science and medicine. It underpins every aspect of patient care, from diagnostic testing and treatment advice to using cutting-edge genetic technologies and preventing disease.
What a pathologist does?
A pathologist is a medical healthcare provider who examines bodies and body tissues. He or she is also responsible for performing lab tests. A pathologist helps other healthcare providers reach diagnoses and is an important member of the treatment team.
What does a pathologist treat?
Pathologists are often involved in the diagnosis of illness. A pathologist may examine a sample of tissue for a virus, bacteria, or other infectious agents. The vast majority of cancer diagnoses are made by, or in conjunction with, a pathologist. Pathologists may also help guide the course of treatment.
Pathologists use an array of different procedures, examinations, and tests — such as pap smears, fine needle aspirations, biopsies, autopsies, blood investigations, and blood sugar tests — to help other healthcare providers reach diagnoses and determine the right course of treatment.
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