Branches of Medicine.

Anatomy
It is the branch of the study of the structure of body and how its parts fit together.

Biochemistry
It is about the chemicals in and around body cells, and how they react with each other.

Cardiology
This branch deals in the heart and blood vessels, and their diseases.

Cytology
It is the name of study on cells of body.

Dermatology
It is the branch of the study of the skin and its diseases.

Endocrinology
It is the branch of the study of the endocrine glands and their diseases, and the effects of hormones on the body.

Epidemiology
It is the branch of the study of how diseases are caused and spread within and between groups of people.

Gastroenterology
It is the branch of the study of the digestive system and diseases.

Genetics
This branch deals in genes, chromosomes and inheritance.

Gynaecology
This is the study of the female reproductive system and its diseases.

Haematology
It is the study of the blood, and diseases affecting blood and bone marrow.

Histology
This is the study of tissues.

Immunology
It is the branch of the study of the immune system and what goes wrong with it.

Neurology
This is the study of the nervous system and its diseases.

Obstetrics
It is the branch of the study of pregnancy and childbirth.

Oncology
It is the branch of the study of the causes and treatment of cancers.

Ophthalmology
This is the study of the eye and its diseases.

Orthopaedics
This is the study of the bones, joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments and how they go wrong.

Paediatrics
This is the study of the growth and development of children and childhood diseases.

Pathology
This branch deals in the causes and effects of diseases and the causes of death.

Physiology
This branch studies in how cells, tissues, organs and systems work.

Psychiatry
This is the study of mental illness and its treatment.

Radiology
It is the branch of the use of X-rays and other imaging techniques, to investigate and treat diseases.

Urology
This is the branch to study the urinary system in males and females and its diseases and the reproductive system in males.

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