Forensic & Chemical Pathology

Forensic pathology focuses on choosing the reason for death by dissecting a body. It is a utilization of the medical constitution. It is an approach to medical jurisprudence. A forensic pathologist is a medical doctor who has completed training in anatomical pathology and has eventually authoritative in forensic pathology. The requirements for becoming a “fully qualified” forensic pathologist differ according to the countries. The forensic pathologist is responsible for explaining the reason and mode of death.

Chemical pathology (excessively known as clinical organic science) incorporates the biochemical examination of generous liquids, for example, blood, urine and cerebrospinal liquid. Chemical pathology concurrently conducts science and medicine. By discovering how and where the body's science has changed, ailments can be analysed and observed. Chemical pathologists are certified doctors who combine practical laboratory and clinical efficiencies. They use biochemical laboratory tests to determine disease and to guide patients.


  • Advanced research techniques in forensic pathology
  • Forensic autopsy-case studies
  • Paediatric forensic pathology
  • Molecular forensic pathology
  • Applications of molecular biology to forensic pathology
  • Medical specialty
  • Clinical biochemistry

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