Veterinary pathologists are veterinarians that specialise in disease diagnosis using animal tissue and bodily fluids. Veterinary pathology is separated into two sections, anatomical pathology and clinical pathology, similar to medical pathology. Veterinary pathologists play a vital role in medication discovery and safety, as well as scientific research, in addition to diagnosing disease in food-producing animals, companion animals, zoo animals, and wildlife. Animal pathologists, often known as veterinary pathologists, work to safeguard the health of cattle, pets, zoo and wild animals, as well as humans. Consumer risks can be detected by animal pathologists researching animals that produce food. Post-mortem examinations are performed by pathologists to determine the cause of death in animals. Veterinary pathologists work alongside veterinarians to figure out what's causing an animal's disease. The identification of a mortality aids research in the prevention of diseases in living animals. Pathologists may work in research to produce vaccines and medicine to treat diseases in both animals and humans.
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