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Where are we with Polish pathology at the turn of the centuries in the light of the Congresses of the Polish Society of Pathologists?

Andrzej Dzikowski, Józef Szarek, Dominika Gulda, Izabella Babińska, Mariusz Zbigniew Felsmann, Krystian Popławski, Beata Szynaka

Pol J Pathol 2018; 69 (2): 114-117
Online publish date: 2018/07/06
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The aim of this study is to depict the current and past research directions in Polish pathology at the turn of the centuries. The analysis was based on the abstracts of the congresses of the Polish Society of Pathologists organized in 1992-2016 and concerned 1,824 presentations. It has been proven that oncology (1,090 presentations, 59.76%) was the most commonly discussed topic and dominated the dispute. Organ pathology was the area of research covered with over ¼ of all papers (464 presentations, 25.44%), while subsequent topics played a marginal role: varia (86 presentations, 4.71%), infectious and parasitic diseases (84 presentations, 4.61%) and toxicopathology (56 presentations, 3.07%). A special, multidisciplinary category of veterinary pathology was particularized (44 presentations, 2.41%). Positive trend was revealed for oncology, while a downward one for the organ pathology, toxicopathology as well as pathology of infectious and parasitic diseases.
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pathology, Polish Society of Pathologists, congresses in Poland

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