Diagnose diseases using laboratory techniques.
Pathologists are health care professionals who specialize in using human specimens (such as blood or tissues) to diagnose diseases. They work in laboratories, examining and testing specimens with special equipment or materials. They diagnose diseases using techniques such as histology, cytology, immunology, and others.
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