Pediatrics All diseases and total health care of newborns, infants, children and adolescents.
Surgery Disease that require surgical operation for diagnosis or treatment.
Obstetrics and Gynecology Normal and abnormal pregnancy, diseases of the female reproductive system and fertility disorders.
Anesthesiology Anesthesia or relief of pain during surgery and childbirth, and control of paid due to various causes.
Cardiology Diseases of the heart and blood vessels.
Endocrinology Treatment of diabetes diseases.
Urology Diseases of the kidneys, bladder and male reproductive tract that require surgical operation.
Gastroenterology Diseases of the digestive tract, including the stomach, bowel, liver and pancreas.
Internal Medicine Diseases and disorders of internal structures of the body.
Pathology Tissues and specimens removed by biopsy and surgery to diagnose normal from diseased tissues and specimens; supervises and interprets laboratory tests on blood, urine and other body fluids.
Orthopedic Diseases of the bones, joints, muscles and tendons.
Radiology X-ray, ultrasound and other imaging techniques such as Computerized Tomography (CT) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).
Pulmonology Diseases of the lung.
Nephrology Treatment of kidney diseases.
Otorhinolaryngology Diseases of the ears, nose, sinuses, throat and upper airway passages.
Ophthalmology Diseases of the eye.
Family Medicine Diseases of the internal glands of the body, including diabetes mellitus.
Emergency Medicine Diseases that are acute medical or surgical conditions or injuries that require urgent or immediate care (usually in a hospital emergency room).
General Practice All diseases and related total health care of an individual and the family.
Dermatology Treatment of skin diseases, including some skin cancers.