Introduction
Background
Pathology
Etiology of Tumours
Pathogenesis of Tumours
Staging of Tumours
Progression of Tumours
Regression of Tumours
Diagnosis of Tumours
Dignity of Tumours
Dysplasia
Intraepithelial Lesions
Borderline Tumours
Typing of Tumours
Grading of Malignancy
Monitoring of Therapy
Indications
Methods
Diagnostic Materials
Measurements
Multimodal Cell Analysis
Quality Control
Diagnostic Interpretation
Diagnostic Applications
Case Reports
Responsabilities
References
Terminology
Abbreviations
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Pathology

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The task of pathology as a medical discipline is, to establish the definite diagnosis
of diseases, based on the microscopical appearance of cells and tissues, including adjuvant methods. Its main application is the diagnosis of tumors or tumor-like lesions. As a scientific discipline, pathology investigates the causes (etiology), mechanisms of origin, progress and symptoms of diseases. Another definition
is that pathology deals with biology of diseases

 

Pathologists are responsible for the definite microscopical
diagnosis, typing and grading of tumors
 


 
 
 
 
 
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Pathology deals with biology of diseases