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 Pathology Unit specialises in studying the placenta, foetus, and newborn.
What Is Pediatrics Study?
an illustration of paediatric pathology Pediatrics is the area of medicine that deals with the wellbeing and medical treatment of newborns, young children, and teenagers from the age of birth to the age of 18. The name “paediatrics,” which is derived from two Greek words, means “healer of children.”
A Subspecialty Of Anatomic Pathology
“Pediatric Pathology is the practise of pathology concerned with the research and diagnosis of human disease expressed in the embryo, foetus, newborn, child, and adolescent.”
A paediatric pathologist is skilled in the laboratory diagnosis of illnesses that emerge throughout infancy, foetal growth, and childhood. A firm grounding in general pathology, a thorough comprehension of typical growth and development, and a depth of understanding of paediatric medicine are all necessary for the practise.