Gynaecological Pathology, Reproductive Pathology & Uropathology
Gynecologic pathology is the branch of pathology which deals with the study and diagnosis involving female genital tract and the Placenta. A gynecologic pathologist is a person or a physician who practices gynecology.
Gynecological pathology is also termed as the study of women. It includes various diseases of the placenta.
Reproductive Pathology is the study of the pathology of sex organs within an organism which is involved in the process of Sexual reproduction. Reproductive pathology deals with the Reproductive organs of the body. Some of the major organs like Testicular and Ovarian pathology are absolutely focused on neoplasm.
Some of the testicular tumors are derived from germ cells and ovarian tumors are further derived from the epithelial cells. The squamous carcinoma is caused by HPV mostly in the penis and the cervix. The three pathologic process of Reproductive pathology is acute prostatitis, prostatic adenocarcinoma & benign prostatic hyperplasia.
Uropathology is the study of pathology which deals with the Urinary tract or urinary system. It is also termed as Urology. Various organs like Kidneys, ureters, urinary bladder and urethra are involved in the production and excretion of urine. The kidneys function by producing urine to eliminate the liquid waste from the body. Kidney stones can be formed due to the imbalance elimination of minerals and acid salts in the urine.