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Track 30:Pediatric Pathology

Pediatric Pathology Pediatric pathology is a branch of surgical pathology that focuses on identifying and classifying paediatric neoplastic and non-neoplastic disorders. The two main types of tasks performed by paediatric pathologists are the assessment of tissue samples and the execution of autopsy and placental examinations. The Department of Pathology and Cell Biology's Pediatric and Perinatal …
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Track 29:Tissue Imaging

Tissue Imaging A large portion of pathology is built on the examination of pictures created by microscopy of cells and tissues. The foundation of pathology is the removal of tiny tissue samples from patients, which are then routinely stained and visualised under fluorescent or visible light. What Is Deep Tissue Imaging? When examining neural architecture …
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Track 28:Telepathology

Telepathology Telepathology is the practise of medical diagnosis made possible by digital pathological data transfer. Sharing medical pictures is accelerated and simplified through telepathology. During an operation, biopsies can be removed, stained, scanned, enlarged, and delivered digitally. How Does Telepathology Work? Telepathology is the word used to describe remote pathology practise. This approach entails sending …
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Track 27:Molecular Pathology

Molecular Pathology An developing field of pathology called molecular pathology is concerned with studying and diagnosing disease by looking at molecules in organs, tissues, or physiological fluids. Molecular pathology, which is frequently referred to as a "crossover" field, shares some features of practise with both anatomic pathology and clinical pathology, molecular biology, biochemistry, proteomics, and …
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Track 26:AI In Ophthalmic Pathology

AI In Ophthalmic Pathology On the basis of morphological datasets with millions of data points, a range of image-related diagnostic approaches in ophthalmology have started to provide previously unheard-of insights into eye illnesses. In some visual and aural identification tests, artificial intelligence (AI), which was inspired by the human multilayered neural system, has demonstrated astounding …
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Track 25:Precision Medicine

Precision Medicine The cornerstone of managing cancer, but equally crucial for non-neoplastic disorders, is precision medicine. For the optimal individualised treatment, oncologists need knowledge of the underlying gene alterations and the precise histological diagnosis. In this regard, pathologists are crucial since they diagnose tumours and provide details on the mutations found there. Pathologists use glass slides …
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Track 24: Translational Research

Translational Research The very nature of pathology is research effort. Improving patient treatment is a direct result of expanding our knowledge of illness pathophysiology. Laboratorians are the best at correctly identifying, noting, and classifying study specimens due to their special position. Additionally, they are necessary for the precise interpretation of genomic tests. Through regular interaction …
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Track 23: Quality Management

Quality Management Enabling remote diagnoses to be made at home, during times of social withdrawal or self-isolation, digital pathology has the capacity to address some of these unique issues. Despite the fact that digital pathology enables diagnoses to be made on regular computer screens, uncontrolled home environments might not be ideal viewing locations. Additionally, there …
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Track 22: Emerging Technologies

Emerging Technologies Digital pathology will be the next paradigm. Instead of using traditional microscopy, a pathologist will interact with pictures on computer screens and conduct quantitative analysis to get a diagnosis. The storage and quick distribution of image data in pathology and other biomedical fields have been made possible by the fourth generation of virtual …
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Track 21: Oncopathology

Oncopathology A subspecialty of medicine called oncology deals with the early detection, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer. A physician with expertise in oncology is known as an oncologist.. Three key factors have contributed to the increase in cancer survival rates: better screening for various cancers, better prevention efforts to minimise exposure to risk factors, and …