12th Emirates Pathology & Digital Pathology Conference on December 21-23, 2022 in Dubai, UAEWhat is pathology?We must understand what causes disease and how to prevent it if we want to live a long and healthy life. Pathology is the study of illness, including how it develops, how it spreads, and where it comes from. Pathology also includes the study of pharmaceuticals that could be used to treat or prevent diseases.A pathologist is a person who examines diseases and works in the field of pathology. They use electronics and high-tech tools in a laboratory setting. Many pathologists from all around the world have stopped the spread of numerous illnesses, including polio.General pathology, anatomical pathology, clinical pathology, chemical pathology, genetics, haematology, immunology, and microbiology are some of the divisions of pathology.12th Emirates Pathology & Digital Pathology Event on December 21-23, 2022 in Dubai, UAEHistory of PathologyEgypt
Before 1500 BC, the first known study of sickness was conducted in Egypt. Ancient scrolls cover a brief history of anatomy and the illnesses that this society was dealing with at the time. Many scientists attribute their expertise to the numerous embalmings they carried out, which is the process of protecting corpses from deterioration. Although they gathered this information, it's thought that they lacked a strategy for using it to treat specific illnesses like gallstones or abscesses.GreeceAncient Greeks started studying the human condition and using what they learned to improve people's health around 300 BCE. This is the true origin of pathology. The word "pathology" actually derives from the Greek words pathos, which means "suffering," and logia, which means "logic."which means 'study of.
One of the top doctors in ancient Greece was Hippocrates, who is referred to as the "Father of Medicine." Hippocrates used science in sixty of his writings to determine the best course of treatment for his patients. His findings had an impact on both Greek and Roman medicine, and his writings and experiences were passed on to his students.12th Emirates Pathology & Digital Pathology Summit on December 21-23, 2022 in Dubai, UAEGalen, a Greek physician who was born in what is now Turkey, made additional discoveries in the realm of pathology through dissection.Galen dissected animals and documented their physiology, despite the fact that this was not a common practise at the time. This aided in his comprehension of the importance of the body's many systems as well as how inflammation may impact them.
In the Middle East during the Islamic Golden Age and in Western Europe during the Italian Renaissance, the scientific method was first used to the study of medicine. This development can be linked to the history of pathology.
Early in the third century BC, the Greek doctors Herophilus of Chalcedon and Erasistratus of Chios performed the first systematic human dissections.
The Arabian doctor Avenzoar (1091–1161) is recognised as the first medical professional to do postmortem dissections. Most people agree that Rudolf Virchow (1821–1902) is credited with founding microscopic pathology. The majority of the first pathologists were also working doctors or surgeons. Also consider Egyptian mummification as an example of early embalming and post-mortem organ removal, as shown by premodern necropsy.12th Emirates Pathology & Digital Pathology Congress on December 21-23, 2022 in Dubai, UAEOrigins of pathologyThe earliest use of the scientific method in the realm of medicine was in the early understanding of illness origins, which emerged in the Middle East during the Islamic Golden Age and in Western Europe during the Italian Renaissance.
The anatomy and pathology of the human spine were originally studied by the Greek physician Hippocrates, who is regarded as the father of modern science in medicine. Galen's research on Herophilus and Erasistratus led him to become interested in anatomy. Although it may seem logical in the modern world to study disease through the careful dissection and inspection of sick people's bodies, organs, and tissues, there are very few, if any, examples of actual autopsy that were carried out before the turn of the century. Despite the fact that Muslims were aware of the pathophysiology of contagionOrigins of microscopic pathology
The father of microscopic pathology is widely regarded as Rudolf Virchow (1821–1902). Virchow was one of the first well known doctors to stress the study of disease manifestations that were only observable at the cellular level, even though the compound microscope had been created around 150 years before. One of the first experimental pathologists was Julius Cohnheim (1839–1844), a pupil of Virchow, who used histology methods and experimental manipulations to explore inflammation. The frozen section process was also invented by Cohnheim; pathologists nowadays frequently use a variation of this method to render diagnoses and provide other clinical information intraoperatively.12th Emirates Pathology & Digital Pathology Exhibition on December 21-23, 2022 in Dubai, UAEImportant Information:Conference Name: 12th Emirates Pathology & Digital Pathology Utilitarian ConferenceShort Name: 12EPUCG2022Dates December 21-23, 2022Venue: Dubai, UAEScientific Program: It will only include plenary speakers, keynote speakers, panel discussions and presentations in parallel sessions.Audience: Global Leaders, Industrialists, Business Delegates, Students, Entrepreneurs, ExecutivesEmail: pathology@universeconferences.comVisit: https://pathology.universeconferences.com/Pathology Experts:https://pathology.universeconferences.com/pathology-experts/Call for Papers: https://pathology.universeconferences.com/submit-abstract/Register here: https://pathology.universeconferences.com/registration/Call Us: +12073070027WhatsApp Us: +4420332227110Pathology Medical Conferences, Histopathology meeting, Immunology conference, clinical Pathology webinars, Plant Pathology Conferences, CME Pathology Conferences, Pathology Congresses, World Pathology Congress, Clinical Pathology, Laboratory Medicine Conference, Digital Pathology exhibitionReference pathology and digital pathology UCGconferences press releases and blogsMedium: https://medium.com/@traviis.stork/call-for-paper-track-3-breast-pathology-837328eaad1Global health : https://globalhealthtrainingcentre.tghn.org/community/blogs/your_posts/BlogSpot: https://emiratespathologyucgconferences.blogspot.com/2022/07/call-for-paper-track-3-breast-pathology.htmlLinked In: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/call-paper-track-3-breast-pathology-dr-travis-stork-1fReddit: https://www.reddit.com/user/BreastCancerUCGConf/comments/vsiogm/call_for_paper_track_3_breast_pathology/Tumbler: https://www.tumblr.com/blog/view/digitalpathologyucgconferences/689005131446059008?source=share#MolecularPathology #SLPath #pathologist #surgery #microbiology #anatomy #biochemistry #anatomy #medstudent #medstudent #pathologists #histology #medicine #pharmacology #medschool #biology #medico #dermpath #microscope #clinicalresearch #medicalstudent #medicaleducation #Covid19 #omicron #bpath #meeting #Breastcancer #Breastpath #Cencer #cancerawareness #chemotherapy #cancerdemama #health #breastcancerwarrior #cancerfighter #breastpathology #breastcancerfighter #breastcancersupport


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