Chemical Pathology of organs/glands

Chemical pathology is the study of the chemical changes that accompany diseases. More

 

Adrenal gland

Anus

Artery

Blood

Blood tests

Blood vessels

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Brain

Clot

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Heart

Joint

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Lung

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Ovary

Pancreas

Parathyroid gland

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Pituitary gland

Pleural fluid

Pregnancy

Rectum

Small intestine

Spleen

Squamous epithelium in urine

Stomach

Synovial fluid

Testis

Thyroid gland

Uterus

Vagina

Vein

 


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Chemical pathology,
Hematology,
Imaging,
Endoscopy,
Histopathology, miscellaneous

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