Scope of the journal

Pathology Discovery  journal focuses on the study and diagnosis of disease and their characteristics, nature, causes, progress, symptoms, evolution, and functional and structural consequences etc. It includes every aspect of medicine, from diagnostic testing to monitoring of diseases through examination of cells, tissues, body fluids, and whole bodies. It also encompasses the scientific study of pathogenesis, morphological changes View More...
Original ResearchOpen Access

Pathological and clinical findings in a series of 22 cases of medullary carcinoma of the thyroidat the korle-bu teaching hospital (1994-2013)

Edmund Muonir Der
Pathology Discovery 5 : 1

Original ResearchOpen Access

Hanging as a method of suicide in Ghana: A 10 year autopsy study

Edmund M Der, Irene A Dakwah, Leonard Derkyi-Kwarteng, Akosa A Badu
Pathology Discovery 4 : 2

ReviewOpen Access

Role of angiogenesis in endometriosis

Milena Kralickova, Vaclav Vetvicka
Pathology Discovery 4 : 1

Original ResearchOpen Access

Pseudomesotheliomatous lung carcinoma: a pathological assessment of selected cases including the work history and presence of biomarkers suggesting it is a cancer caused by asbestos

Samuel P Hammar, Ronald F Dodson
Pathology Discovery 3 : 6

Original ResearchOpen Access

New histological finding in adamandiades-behçet's syndrome

Bacem A.E Ottoman
Pathology Discovery 3 : 5

Case reportOpen Access

Development of T-cell large granular lymphocytic leukemia in the course of B-cell chronic lymphocytic leukemia with a causal relationship inferred from a flow cytometric analysis of the bone marrow aspirate

Andrew M Plata, James N Frame, Jeremy Stuelpnagel, Tajana Juranovic, Oscar C Estalilla, Tomislav M Jelic
Pathology Discovery 3 : 4

Case reportOpen Access

Primary adenoid cystic carcinoma in the peripheral lung: a cytological, histopathological and immunohistochemical report of two cases

Fumimasa Etori, Naoki Watanabe, Masashi Matsuyama, Naomi Kawaguchi, Asuka Sekiya, Kyoko Nambu, Toshimasa Sakakima, Toshiyuki Sawa, Tsutomu Marui, Takafumi Naiki, Takuji Tanaka
Pathology Discovery 3 : 3

Case reportOpen Access

A case of right ventricular bronchogenic cyst with the clinical presentation of cerebral infarction and pulmonary embolism

Kuniaki Hirai, Naoki Watanabe, Kenji Hisamatsu, Takafumi Naiki, Eiji Murakami, Takuji Tanaka
Pathology Discovery 3 : 2

Original ResearchOpen Access

Tissue schistosomiasis in accra ghana: a retrospective histopathologic review at the korle-bu teaching hospital (2004-2011)

Edmund Muonir Der, Solomon E Quayson, James E Mensah, Yao Tettey
Pathology Discovery 3 : 1

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Editor-in-Chief

Dr. Markus H. Frank
currently serves as Assistant Professor of Pediatrics and Dermatology at Harvard Medical School and as NIH-funded Principal Investigator in the Transplant Research Program of Boston Children's Hospital and the Department of Dermatology of Brigham and Women's Hospital (Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts). Dr. Frank is an elected member of the American Society for Clinical Investigation (ASCI). He is also a leading international expert in the field of cancer stem cell biology and its targeting strategies.

Senior Editors

Dr. Gerard Nuovo
is a Medical Director of Phylogeny (Satellite lab for Comprehensive Cancer Center; Ohio State University). His group was the first to report that treatment of human papillomavirus infection induces a type specific immunity and one of three groups that initially published that HIV-1 induces a massive infection prior to the development of AIDS. His career has focused on the correlation of histopathology and molecular pathology with an emphasis on infectious diseases and oncogenesis.

Dr. Takuji Tanaka
is a Director for Cancer Prevention using cytopathological and molecular techniques in Tohkai Cytopathology Institute: Cancer Research and Prevention (TCI-CaRP). He has developed novel animal models for inflammation-associated colorectal carcinogenesis. Dr. Tanaka is visiting professor of Asahi University and Gifu University Graduate School of Medicine. His area of research includes Inflammation and Cancer, Cancer Chemoprevention, Animal Models of Carcinogenesis, Cytology, Pathobiology of Human Cancer, Toxicologic Pathology.

Dr. Richard Kradin
is a pathologist and pulmonologist at the Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) holds Associate Professorships in both Pathology and Medicine at Harvard Medical School. He is Director of Infectious Disease Surgical Pathology at MGH. His research interests include the pathogenesis of interstitial lung disease, pulmonary infections, the molecular biology of pulmonary hypertension, and asbestos-related diseases. He has authored more than 200 peer-reviewed scientific literature and five textbooks.

Pathology Subjects Areas

Anatomical pathology, Surgical pathology, Cytopathology, Forensic pathology, Dermatopathology, Veterinary pathology, Gross pathology, Microscopic pathology, Clinical pathology, Oral and maxillofacial pathology, Hematopathology, Molecular pathology, Plant pathology, Plant disease epidemiology, Plant disease resistance, Toxicology.

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