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In the following, we will list the medical specialities to which we can respond before a prior documentation study request, elaboration of a  legal expert’s report, second opinions, etc.

These specialities can vary according to their name in each country, or be grouped under a generic name.

  • Clinical specialities
  • Surgical specialities
  • Medical-surgical specialities
  • Laboratory or diagnostic specialities

Clinical specialities

 Medical specialities correspond with the traditional figure of “physician”: they personally assist the patient with prevention, diagnostic and therapeutic activities, generally without using surgical techniques.

Allergy treatment Family and Community  Medicine
Anaesthesiology Intensive Care
Digestive System or Gastroenterology Internal Medicine
Cardiology Legal and Forensic Medicine
Endocrinology Preventive Medicine and Public Health
Geriatrics Nephrology
Hematology and Haematology Pneumology
Medical Hydrology Neurology
Infectious Diseases Nutrition
Aerospace Medicine Medical Oncology
Sports Medicine Radiotherapy Oncology
Occupational Medicine Pediatrics
Emergency Medicine Psychiatry
Toxicology Rehabilitation


  • Surgical specialities

Surgical specialities correspond with the figure of physician, and use invasive methods to treat, modify or physically remove the pathological structure. They are divided by systems.

Heart surgery Paediatrics Surgery
General and Digestive System Surgery Plastic, Aesthetic and Repair Surgery
Oral and Maxillofacial surgery Thoracic Surgery
Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery Neurosurgery


  • Medical-surgical specialities

They are they which usually use both invasive (surgical) and non-invasive techniques (pharmacological, etc.).

Angiology and Vascular Surgery Obstetrics
Medical Dermatology Ophthalmology
Stomatology Otorhinolaryngology
Gynaecology Urology


  • Laboratory or diagnostic specialities

As support for the rest of the physicians, they do diagnostics and suggest treatments to the clinicians, so their relationship with patients is limited.

Clinical Analyses Immunology
Pathological Anatomy Nuclear Medicine
Clinical Biochemistry Microbiology and Parasitology
Clinical Pharmacology Clinical Neurophysiology
Medical Genetics Radio diagnostics or Radiology

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