Dr. Kadria Sayed Pathologists
Dr. Kadria Sayed did her basic medical training at Aleppo University, Syria in 1995. She completed her residency training at George Washington and Baylor universities and became American Board Certified in Pathology (Anatomical and Clinical Pathology) in 2003. Prior to joining us, Dr. Sayed worked as a Staff Pathologist since 2009 at St. Louis Hospital, Aleppo, Syria. Prior to that, she worked as an Assistant Professor in Pathology at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Arkansas Children’s Hospital, USA from 2003 to 2008.
From 2007 to 2008, she was also the Director of Surgical Pathology at Arkansas Children’s Hospital, USA and from 2003 to 2008 she was the Director of Satellite Laboratories at the same hospital. From Spring 2003 to August 2008, Dr. Sayed was the Director of GI/Liver Unit, Sophomore Pathology Course at the University of Arkansas College of Medicine, USA.
Oud Metha, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Telphone Number: +97143367777
Pathologist in Dubai
A specialist in pathology , a physician who practices, evaluates, or supervises diagnostic tests, using materials removed from living or dead patients, and functions as a laboratory consultant to clinicians, or who conducts experiments or other investigations to determine the causes or nature of disease changes.
Pathology is an important field of medical sciences that majorly focuses on the study of infections and diseases. Being a diversified field, it offers a myriad variety of career and training options to students pursuing a degree in this discipline. A pathologist can work in a lab studying disease outbreaks and analysing the consequences, or they have the choice of working in a hospital running tests on blood samples or doing autopsies or biopsies of various patients.
The use of pathology can be traced back to the eighth century when the medical practitioners applied scientific information to treat patients with various infections or diseases by studying the cause and effect of the symptoms recorded. Of the many pathological methods known, identifying diabetes by testing a patient’s urine was the oldest pathological technique used. Over the year, there have been major developments in the fields of pathology and a myriad variety of technologies have been introduced to improve the way items are tested and analysis are drawn out.