Chemical Pathology

Chemical Pathology, also known as Clinical Biochemistry, is a specialized branch of pathology that focuses on the analysis of bodily fluids like blood and urine to diagnose and monitor various medical conditions. Chemical pathologists employ biochemical and molecular techniques to measure specific molecules, such as enzymes, hormones, and metabolites, in these fluids. These measurements provide valuable insights into a patient's overall health, including organ function, nutritional status, and the presence of diseases like diabetes, kidney disorders, and metabolic diseases. By interpreting these laboratory results, chemical pathologists play a crucial role in patient care, treatment planning, and disease management, contributing to improved healthcare outcomes.


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