What is pathological anatomy?
Pathological anatomy is the science that studies the pathophysiological and morphological alterations of the disease. Study the disease at the organic, tissue, cellular, subcellular, and molecular level. It's divided in:
General Pathological Anatomy: Study principles common to groups of diseases, which allow the development of a doctrine of more or less universal validity.
Special Pathological Anatomy or Surgical Pathology: Study the pathophysiological and morphological bases of each particular disease.