Paediatric pathology

Pediatrics Pathology is of pathologists who are specialized in the pathology of the fetus, neonate or child. A perinatal pathologist is concerned with normal fetal development, congenital abnormalities and problems during pregnancy, labor, and early neonatal life. Paediatric pathology is specific to age rather than specific to organ and helps in investigation of that organ which is specific to the fetus and the placenta. The disease spectrum in this age range is very divergent from the one in adults and the interaction of congenital malformation with growth of the child show unique pathology. Degenerative diseases are not usual in children but tumors are relatively common, despite the types of tumor are different from those in adults. Pediatrics Pathology involves a complex development ranging from embryos to teenagers, encompassing not on. Pediatrics Pathology has subdivisions of Perinatal Pathology dealing with post-mortem examinations and placenta pathology and Pediatrics Histopathology dealing with surgical pathology.

 

  • Track 26-1Childhood Leukemia
  • Track 26-2Primary Immunodeficiency
  • Track 26-3Anatomical and Physiological Disorders
  • Track 26-4Pathological interpretation

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