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May 22-23, 2023 | 09:30 AM GMT


Tokyo, Japan

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Anatomical pathology is a field of study that focuses on the diagnosis and examination of disease using microscopic, macroscopic, molecular, immunologic, and biochemical examination of organs and tissues. Surgical pathology, neuropathology, hematopathology, cytopathology, and forensic pathology are the main subspecialties of anatomical pathology

Clinical pathology is a branch of medicine that deals with diagnosis of disease based on laboratory examinations of biological fluids such blood, urine, and tissue homogenates or extracts. Clinical pathology is divided into subspecialties such as clinical chemistry, clinical hematology, hematopathology and clinical microbiology.

Neuropathology is the study of biopsy samples taken from the brain and spinal cord to determine the condition of nervous system tissue. The term "psychopathology" typically refers to the study of mental illness, mental suffering, or the manifestation of behaviors and experiences that may be indicative of mental illness or psychological disability.

Renal pathology is a part of anatomic pathology, which is concerned with identifying and diagnosing diseases affecting the kidneys.Cardiovascular pathology is the study that mostly focused on conditions that have a relation to heart disease, such as congenital heart disease, hypertensive cardiovascular disease, ischemic heart disease, congestive heart failure.

Gynecological pathology is a branch of medical pathology that focuses on examining and diagnosing diseases affecting the female genital tract, which includes the vagina, uterus, ovaries, and breasts. Reproductive pathology refers to the study of diseases that impact the genitourinary (GU) tract.These tracts includes malformation of structures, glandular dysplasia, and malignancy.

Oral maxillofacial surgery is the dentistry specialty treats the underlying disorders, deformities, and injuries that may be the origin of and/or contribute to difficulties with the mouth, teeth, jaws, and face's functionality and appearance. Dental surgical specialists known as oral maxillofacial surgeons also perform outpatient anesthesia and dentoalveolar surgery to treat diseases of the teeth.

Dermatopathology is the study of the body's epidermal layer, and it focuses on identifying and detecting disease in order to treat, treat, and prevent it. It includes fundamental analyses of the underlying causes of skin illnesses. Dermatopathologists examine tissue samples using the light, electron, and fluorescence microscopes.

Cancer pathology is a Pathology that provides information about a diagnosis, such cancer. Getting a biopsy sample that has enough material for genetic analysis and diagnosis as cancer treatment becomes increasingly individualized. The test MSK-IMPACT allows for the complete molecular analysis of cells from any type of solid tumor, regardless of where in the body the cancer is arisen.

Digital pathology also known as virtual microscopy involves the process of acquiring, maintaining, analyzing, and interpreting digital data from a glass slide.Computational pathology is a branch of pathology uses a wide range of computational techniques to evaluate patient specimens in order to research disease. 

Geriatric pathology, often known as ageing pathology, refers to the study of various age-related disorders, particularly the general phenomena that serve as their main causes. IN genetics, pathology is the study of how genes cause illnesses and how they are transferred from one generation to the next. Genetic tests can now be used to diagnose diseases at an early stage.

Microbial pathology is known as the study of the molecular processes by which microorganisms infect humans and other animals.The Infectious Diseases Pathology Branch is the main unit within CDC division responsible for conducting laboratory analyses and investigations of infectious diseases of unknown cause or origin.

Gastrointestinal pathology is a recognized sub-specialty of surgical pathology deals with the study of liver, gall bladder, and pancreas diagnoses. Pancreatic cancer develops when pancreatic cells experience DNA changes .Gastrointestinal pathology determines Quality and resections of the gastrointestinal and pancreatic-biliary systems.