Theme: Recent Developments and Emerging Concepts in Pathology

Pathology Congress-2023

Pathology Congress-2023

The field of pathology straddles the lines of science and medicine; it produces each component of clinical benefits, pushing medicine from expressive testing and treatment, encouraging the use of cutting-edge genetic advancements, and pursuing new creative considerations in the development of novel treatments to combat diseases, defilements, and disorders. Pathologists are important in many different types of research, from examining the effects of novel treatments in clinical settings to determining the characteristics of diseases and germs.
The 21st Annual Pathology Congress is scheduled to take place in Paris, France on September 11 and 12, 2023. This conference could serve as a unique congress that brings together an innovative and international mixture of major and medium Pathology research, prestigious colleges and universities, and pathology research organizations, making the conference an appropriate venue to share experience in Pathology and associated topics.
PATHOLOGY CONGRESS-2023 is a premier scientific conference that brings together eminent academics from various fields, including pathologists, academic scientists, and professors, to discuss current research and technological development. PATHOLOGY CONGRESS-2023 will present products and solutions from for-profit and nonprofit organizations, including producers of pathology lab equipment, clinical trial sites, business delegates, and equipment makers.

  • Pathologists
  • Microbiologists
  • Oncologists
  • Pharmacists
  • Neurologists
  • Immunologist
  • Pediatricians
  • Botanical Pathologists
  • Cardiologists
  • Gynecologists
  • Therapists
  • Vaccine Developers
  • Dermatologists
  • Epidemiologists
  • Gastroenterologists
  • Ophthalmologists
  • Veterinary pathologists

Track 01: Pathology: Pathology is an important area of modern medical diagnosis and medical research. It is primarily concerned with the causative study of disease, whether it is caused by pathogens or a non-infectious physiological problem. The word pathology is derived from the Ancient Greek words pathos, which means "suffering," and -logy, which means "study of." Understanding how tissues and cells are harmed, how the body responds to the damage, and how the body heals itself is the goal of this extensive and in-depth scientific field. Investigations include cellular responses to injury, necrosis, inflammation, wound healing, and neoplasia.

Track 02: Anatomical & Forensic Pathology: Anatomic pathology is a clinical specialty that handles disease diagnosis based on examination of organs and tissues that are naturally observable, minute, biochemical, immunologic, and subatomic. It has a relationship to handling, evaluating, and locating careful instances. Scientific pathologists are responsible for determining the cause (a conclusive and quick explanations behind the ending of life) and manner of death (manslaughter, self destruction, coincidental, obscure), whereas criminological pathologists focus on determining the cause of death by inspecting a body.

Track 03: Comparative Pathology: An essential aspect of veterinary and animal consideration is comparative pathology; it is a branch of pathology that deals with the pathology of illnesses in living things, particularly those that are comparable to human pathology. During these investigations, the deaths of humans and animals are examined. The drug has recently denied all of the fanatical miracles that occur in the lower animals, exactly as the real-life frames of historical events only handled man and the higher animals. However, at that time, the examination of these animals is useful since their living conditions are more harsh than those of humans and vertebrates rather than being more troublesome.

Track 04: Head & Neck Pathology: The physical branch of pathology that deals with the assessment of head and neck-related top concerns is known as head and neck pathology. The head and neck move towards the specific area of the body. The head and neck area is the body's most conspicuous part, while other areas are less impressive when compared to the head and neck area. The evaluation of strong growths caused by clear-cut microorganisms is a part of the examination of head and neck pathology. The evaluation combines many bodily parts, including the thyroid, parathyroids, salivary glands, craniofacial region, and upper respiratory tract.

Track 05: Hematopathology: Hematopathology, also referred as Hemopathology, is the area of pathology that deals with the illnesses that affect hematopoietic cells.It looks into Typical Hematopoiesis, Red Cell Issues, and White Cell Problems. For the most part, hematopoietic sickness is suspected by hemopathologists by analysing lymph nodes, bone marrow, and peripheral blood spreads. It aids in the treatment of diseases that affect the formation of blood and its constituent elements. Haematologists also work together with oncologists to treat patients who are in risk. Haematology has a clear impact on a number of different conditions, such as anaemia, haemophilia, general blood clots, dilated blood vessels.

Track 06: Surgical Pathology: The most demanding and depressing area of training for the majority of physical pathologists is surgical pathology. In-depth analysis of careful points of reference, as well as biopsies performed jointly by qualified professionals and non-experts, such as general internists, accommodating subspecialists, dermatologists, and interventional radiologists, are all included in cautious pathology. The presentation of careful pathology takes into account a thorough evaluation of contamination regardless of whether tissue is unambiguously removed from a patient. This is often accomplished using a combination of usually self-evident and minute tissue assessment, and may integrate analyses of the tissue's atomic qualities by immunohistochemistry or other examination tests.

Track 07: Renal Pathology: The division of anatomic pathology that deals with the location of the kidneys is known as renal pathology. Renal pathologists collaborate closely with nephrologists and other subject-matter specialists to examine the renal system. They obtain scientific evidence that shows percutaneous kidney biopsy. The findings from light and electron microscopy are taken into account by the renal pathologist to obtain assurance. The vasculature, tubules, and glomerulus may be affected by renal disease.

Track 08: Experimental Pathology: Experimental pathology, also known as insightful pathology, is the scientific study of perishing systems using microscopic or nuclear inspection of organs, tissues, cells, or bodily fluids from diseased living things. It is closely tied to the restorative field of pathology, both undoubtedly and in cutting-edge modern situations.

Track 09: Histopathology: Histopathology oversees the evaluation of tissue with the express purpose of concentrating the symptoms of a disease. Histopathology specifically monitors the evaluation of a biopsy or cautious model by a pathologist in clinical medicine after the point of reference has been handled and histological sections have been mounted on glass slides. Surprisingly, cytopathology examines areas of tissue or free cells. Histopathology can be simply defined as the microscopic examination of healthy tissues to observe the close vicinity of dead cells and tissues in great detail.

Track 10: Gastrointestinal and Liver Pathology: A considered sub-specialty of careful pathology is gastrointestinal pathology, which includes the liver, gallbladder, and pancreas. It oversees the investigation and representation of maladjustments of the gastrointestinal system and adorning organs, such as the pancreas and liver, both cancerous and non-neoplastic. For their expertise in the whole range of stomach-related disorders, such as Barrett's oesophagus and colorectal harmful development, as well as less common diseases of the liver, pancreas, and reference segment, gastrointestinal pathologists are extensively sought for.

Track 11: Clinical Pathology: Clinical pathology encompasses the diagnosis of infections through laboratory testing of tissues, blood, and other natural liquids and parts. It also includes the microscopic evaluation of individual cells. The majority of the time, several kinds of examples are used, including blood, poop, animal waste, manure, and other bodily fluids. The pathology speciality placed special emphasis on the theoretical and detailed lab developments that relate to the assurance and neutralising activity of disease. In order to secure the accuracy and optimum use of lab tests, this approach calls for clinical pathologists to interact together with clinical scientists such as natural scientific experts, clinical microbiologists, restorative technologists, mending centres, and implication specialists.

Track 12: Pathological Case Reports: An itemised description of the side effects, signs, conclusion, therapy, and follow-up of a single patient might be included in a case report. Case reports may provide a segment profile of the patient, but they typically show an exceptional or unusual pervasiveness. Some case reports may include a writing analysis of numerous related cases. Case studies play an important role in clinical education as well, providing a framework for case-based learning.

Track 13: Breast Pathology: The analysis of breast-related neurotic disorders is handled by breast pathology. In-depth mastitis, which is common during lactation, and fat corruption, which is frequently related to injury or prior medical treatment, are both discussed in the review. The majority of breast cancers are organised as carcinomas and develop from epithelial cells. There are numerous types of breast tumours, and it is essential to correctly identify each one in order to select the best course of action.

Track 14: Cancer Cytopathology: The study of cytopathology controls how diseases manifest at the cellular level. Both "cyto" and "pathology" allude to an infection. In order to examine individual cells or small groups of cells and determine if they are normal or show signs of sickness, the tests are typically performed on cells in liquid desires, scrapings, or brushings. Cytopathology plays a big role in the diagnosis of many different diseases. a cancerous development In contrast to histology, which emphasises on complete tissues, cytopathology focuses on the examination of free cells or tissue fragments.

Track 15: Psychopathology: The term "psychopathology" primarily refers to the study of psychological instability or mental problems, as well as the indication of behaviours and encounters that may be indicative of dysfunctional behaviour or mental incapacity. It involves a logical analysis of mental disorders, making an effort to understand their genetic, typical, mental, and social origins, as well as practical collection methods (nosology), a course over all stages of development, warning signals, and treatments. Specialists are particularly interested in psychopathology, which aims to illustrate the consequences and circumstances of psychological instability. Subject matter professionals, or clinicians, who both have a realistic impact on energetic thriving and analyse and treat patients through arrangement or psychotherapy, occasionally treat patients with mental issues.

Track 16: Chemical Pathology: Chemical pathology is the branch of pathology that deals with the biochemical origins of infection and the use of biochemical assays for detection, association, finding, and screening. In order to aid in the examination of various disease forms, designed pathology, a subspecialty within pathology, extends across the majority of medical specialties and unifies the comprehensive assessment of common liquids (blood—whole blood, serum, or plasma; pee; cerebrospinal fluid; and other liquids, such as radiations, novel liquid, sweat, and amniotic liquid). There are obscene alterations in the chemical composition of bodily fluids in various diseases. For instance, brought blood proteins up in connection to their release from heart muscles after a heart attack, or brought glucose up in diabetes mellitus due to insulin non-attendance.


The clinical field of pathology provides patients and practitioners with information about symptoms. It affects almost every aspect of patient care, from identifying cancerous development to managing ongoing disorders through precise lab testing. We are hosting the 21st Annual Pathology Congress in Paris, France from September 11–12, 2023, with the participation of professional researchers and scientists engaged in the promotion of high-quality education & research in all aspects.

The size of the global digital pathology market, estimated at USD 926.9 million in 2021, is anticipated to increase at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.5% from 2022 to 2030. The market has been primarily driven by an increased emphasis on enhancing workflow effectiveness and a demand for quicker diagnostic tools for chronic diseases like cancer. The clinical need to adopt digital pathology is expected to increase due to the increased frequency of chronic illnesses. This will help to improve the patient diagnostic imaging measures already in place and lower the high cost of conventional diagnostics. The demand for technologically sophisticated diagnostic techniques is also anticipated to increase due to the growing elderly population, which is sensitive to chronic illnesses.


Global support has been shown for the Pathology Congress 2022. This has been done with the express purpose of encouraging the growth of fresh viewpoints and concepts for investigating the high level of knowledge that the scientific community has attained.
The conference aimed  with theme “Enlightening the Current Pathological Developments”. The conference witnessed an amalgamation of peerless speakers, who enlightened with their enviable research knowledge and on various alluring topics related to the Pathology field.

The success of 20th Asia Pacific Pathology Congress has given us the prospect to bring the gathering at one place and meet again . Conference Series hosting 21st Annual Pathology Congress on September 11-12, 2023 in Paris, France.


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