SUB TRACK: Soft Tissue and Bone Pathology, pathology of diseases, diagnostic, Fibrous tissue Normal Adipose Tissue Histology, physiologic stimuli, tumors cytogenetic, molecular analysis, immunohistochemical tools, cytogenetic techniques, molecular studies, tumor, granular cellsThe Soft Tissue and Bone Pathology Service of the Division of Surgical Pathology provides comprehensive diagnostic information and services pertaining to the pathology of diseases of the soft tissues, muscle, and bone, mainly malignancies. In addition to traditional histology, a variety of specialized immunohistochemical, cytogenetic, and molecular genetic techniques are typically available for examination. In addition to providing expert diagnostic interpretation of in-house cases for Brigham and Women’s Hospital and the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, the Service provides a very significant national and international consulting service. Active educational activities include providing students, residents, and fellows with ongoing instruction.Soft tissues make up the body. Fat, muscle, fibrous tissue, blood arteries, and lymph vessels are just a few examples of the various types of soft tissue. and unease. Soft tissues envelop, support, and connect organs and other bodily structures.Call For Paper/abstract/case study:
Soft tissues• Enclosing, supporting, and tying together bodily organs and other componentsProvide the body structure and shape.• Safeguard organs• Fluids help transfer blood from one part of the body to another.• energy reserveSoft tissue varieties• There are numerous types of soft tissue in the body.FatThe fat-forming fat cells, or adipocytes, are tightly packed together to create the soft tissue known as fat. It is also known as fat tissue or adipose tissue. Fat is frequently seen under the skin of the buttocks, hips, waist, and belly. It also encompasses organs like the kidneys. The fat that covers the body acts as padding between the organs and helps to keep the body warm. The body also stores fat, which it uses when it needs energy.Floppy tissueFibrous tissue is connective tissue.composed of fibres that resemble rope. These fibres support movement while maintaining the stability and strength of body parts. Ligaments, which link one bone to another, and tendons, which link muscle to bone, are both made of fibrous tissue. Fibrous tissue, which also covers the walls of blood vessels, surrounds several organs.Synovial Tissue:Synovial tissue is a delicate, loose connective tissue that lines joints like the knees and elbows. Additionally, it is present in the fluid-filled sacs that surround tendons and are situated between bones (bursa). Synovial tissue creates synovial fluid, a viscous fluid that aids in movement.Vessel blood:Blood arteries are long, hollow elastomeric tubes that run throughout the body. The three different types of blood vessels are capillaries, veins, and arteries. Blood arteries deliver waste products, oxygen, nutrients, hormones, and other materials throughout the body.Types of Bone DiseaseDepending on whether you have osteoporosis or bone cancer, even among ailments of the bones, the symptoms you experience, the doctors you see, and the treatment you receive might vary quite a bit, for instance The following frequent bone conditions impact both children and adults:Osteoporosis. One of the most prevalent bone illnesses, osteoporosis, is characterised by bone loss, which weakens the bones and increases their susceptibility to breaking. Osteoporosis is a disease that commonly damages a person without them even being aware of it because it is invisible. Over 53 million Americans either have osteoporosis or are at a high risk of developing it, according to the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases.Important Information:Conference Name: 14th Emirates Pathology, Digital Pathology & Cancer ConferenceShort Name: 14EPUCG2024Dates: September 25-27, 2024Venue: Holiday Inn Dubai, UAE & OnlineEmail: pathology@universeconferences.comVisit: here: here: Registration here: Us: +12073070027WhatsApp us at


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