Pathology is a broad branch of medicine. It studies the causes and effects of certain diseases. It boils down to the study or the examination of bodily organs, tissues and fluids to diagnose diseases or identify anatomical disorders as well as the behavior of typical diseases. It is also important in the field of forensics because it helps identify certain body conditions that affect certain person’s expiration.
Pathology has three branches: a) anatomical pathology which deals with the study and diagnoses of bodily specimens extracted through surgery or of the entire body, itself, through autopsy; b) Clinical Pathology which deals with small sampling of the body’s organs, tissues or fluids for further medical study and diagnosis; and, c) general pathology which is a mix of both anatomical and clinical pathology.
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