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Pathologists in Pakistan plays a critical role in research, advancing medicine and devising new treatments to fight viruses, infections and diseases like cancer. Pathology is a medical specialty studying disease processes, how they develop and what they are caused by and the application of this knowledge to the diagnosis of disease. Pathology is considered part of laboratory medicine, a group of medical specialties that study body fluids, such as blood and urine, and cells or tissues to diagnose specific diseases and thus assist medical practitioners in identifying the cause and severity of disease, and in monitoring treatment. Pathologists in Pakistan do not regularly see patients but are, in effect, consultants to physicians from other disciplines in providing detailed diagnoses. Pathologists also play important roles in a range of research, from investigating the effects of new drugs in clinical trials to profiling the behavior of viruses and bacteria.

Pathologists are medical doctors who take at least four years of training after medical school in order to become familiar with all aspects of using cells and tissues, interpret microscopic images and the results of molecular tests, make detailed and accurate diagnoses, predict the outcome of disease, and, more recently, determine how patients will respond to special forms of treatment. Although pathologists have limited direct patient contact, they are essential members of the patient's primary health care team.
The general practice of pathology includes various methods and technologies adapted to identify the concerned problem of the patient. Pathology is a diverse field that covers various sub specialties including anatomical pathology, Cytopathology, Dermatopathology, Forensic pathology, Histopathology, Neuropathology, Pulmonary pathology, renal pathology, and surgical pathology.

The pathologists in Pakistan have to complete a four year degree in MBBS or D. pharmacy. After these degrees they have to complete a residence program or practice as a researcher for a year. Then they have to complete two year specialization program in pathology and practice as an internee medicine for two years. Pathologists in Pakistan have to research for the medicine and they also have to provide rapid action medicines for the incurable diseases.
This page has been drafted for your assistance to find some best pathologists in Pakistan. You can find all the top pathologists in Pakistan from your city and area. You will find the complete list of top Pathologist in Pakistan here on this page including male and female both. This list includes doctors over every region of Pakistan like Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Faisalabad, Rawalpindi, Multan, Peshawar, Quetta and other cities of Pakistan. You will find the complete list of Pathologist in Pakistan here on this page including male and female both. This list includes doctors over every region of Pakistan like Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Faisalabad, Rawalpindi, Multan, Peshawar, Quetta and other cities of Pakistan.


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Dr. Akhtar H. Sipra
The good pathologist surgeon are there mention with the whole details that we easily know the timing of them treatment with the address of him
tooba, Islamabad Saturday, June 30, 2018

Dr. A. Rauf
Here mention the whole details about the pathologist surgeon that gives the officious treatment of them patient very well as they need
farah, Lahore Saturday, June 30, 2018

Dr. Mushtaq
This pathologist is the nice and officious doctor having un the Karachi city and now everyone cane easily know the full address form here to get the treatment form him
amman, Karachi Saturday, June 30, 2018

Dr. Mohammad Akbar Barakzai
Check the best Pathologist for the best treatment experience and here we can see the amazing options to see the nearest Pathologist to our home
Saleem, Hyderabad Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Dr. Mohammad Akbar Barakzai
This pathologist is really very take care of his patient I have a trust on this hospital my advice is any man and woman that can go there only
Asfar, Hyderabad Sunday, March 18, 2018

Dr Imtiaz Aziz
With the help of online way we easily get to know the full address of this Dr.Imtiaz azia who is the best pathologist in the Karachi city
sameena, Karachi Thursday, January 25, 2018

Dr. Khalid Masood Ahmed
AOA Sir plz inform me that u treat the tahlasima patient.My daughter age is 6 month. My contect number is 03338128624.
Naveed Asgher, Lahore Wednesday, February 8, 2017

Dr. Mohammad Naseem Yousaf
respected sir this time i am too much worried about my mother because its liver problem we will check all the test in which show the asrosis of liver and in abdomen and lungs show the amount of water . in the ultrasound report mentioned in the liver size is (12.7 cm from MCL) . Coarse hepatic texture with mixed echogenicity , Margins are irregular. No focal lesion seen . Both extra and intra hepatic Biliary Cannels Are normal Caliber . Portal vein (1.2cm ) and CBD 4mm is normal. GB: NO Seen Spleen : Enlarged in size (14.8 cm) No cyst or Mass See no Focal Lesion Is seen. NO accessory spleen Is Seen Imperssion : Advance Coarse hepatic Texture (CLD) Left sided pleural effusion , Splenomegary** Sir PLease help me for this situation because i am too much worried about my mother . Hoping a favorable response
Ali Raza, Lahore Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Dr. Mohammad Akbar Barakzai
It was great the ladies at the desk were really sweet and helpful. The doctor was pleasant and explained the entire exam so that I understood the process.
Anthony, Hyderabad Thursday, April 14, 2016

Dr. Aamir Ali Khan
Daily i had a fever after 6 o’clock and the full day my body act’s like I’m well I’m doing everything fine we went with many doctors and in the one general physician he refer us to doctor Amir and he pick my disease
azhar, Multan Monday, February 8, 2016

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