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Pathologists are not specialized in the field of performing surgeries. They can perform autopsies but cannot perform surgeries. However, they can examine tissues removed from a living body during surgery to come up with diagnoses and treatment plans. In rare cases where Pathologists can perform surgery is where there is a need for extra hands but they are not specialized in that and are not usually allowed to perform surgeries.
While autopsies are not necessarily done by doctors, when the case comes that a doctor is performing an autopsy, then it is performed by a Pathologist. They are professionals who can perform clinical autopsies.
According to the American Osteopathic Board of Pathology, there are four types of pathology and they include;
● Forensic pathology
● Anatomic pathology
● Laboratory medicine
A Pathologist is a medical doctor who is trained in the field of pathology and with additional training in laboratory techniques used in the study of diseases. These doctors can spend a lot of time in the laboratory and they help to reach diagnoses and examine results.
A Pathologist is a medical professional who examines body and body tissues. They are an important part of a treatment team as they not only help with examining a body or a problem but also help to reach diagnoses. They perform lab tests and then come up with results that help in treatments.
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