Pathology is study that focuses on the cause and resulting changes brought about by diseases or injuries.
This medical specialty may be applied to several different branches in the industry, therefore it is important to retain an expert with the background and knowledge relevant to your particular case.
The pathology field is a scientific area of study, as results found in the discipline are determined by examining various tissue, fluid, and/or organ samples.
These tests, which require forensic laboratories, may have several applications in preventing and treating a wide variety of diseases.
Any type of disease or field of medicine may be relevant to pathology, including the following:
- Molecular biology
- Birth injuries
- Liver disease
- Hodgkin’s disease
- Language disorders
- Infectious diseases
- Other areas of focus
Most often relevant to court cases is forensic pathology, which evaluates a corpse to determine the cause of death.
Like other areas of pathology, a tissue sample is taken from the body and examined within a laboratory setting.
In addition to determining causes of death, forensic pathologists are often utilized to identify a corpse.
Laboratory testing is also used for the following:
- Other types of forensic inspections
Aside from medical pathology, pathology may also be used for agricultural purposes in determining how plant life can be maintained.
Plant pathologists examine landscape, horticulture, arboriculture, and trees to learn more about plant preservation and landscape maintenance.
In the event you are unable to locate a suitable Pathology Expert Witness for your case, ForensisGroup is a full-service Expert Witness Referral Company.
Our commitment to knowing each expert and what makes them perfect for your case will save you and your clients time and money while providing peace of mind.
Trusted by more than 20,000 clients and serving 30,000 cases nationwide, we’ll connect you with the best and right Pathology Expert so you can focus on your case preparation and trial.