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Pathology Lab

Pathology Lab

The surge in the prevalence of health conditions, medical disorders, illnesses and ailments in India has increased the need for professional pathology diagnostic testing services. The task of diagnostic service providers has become more critical than before.

Have you ever been to the physician and provided a sample of your blood? Has your dermatologist previously done a biopsy of the skin? Have you ever been to emergency treatment and had a throat swab? Both of these basic tests gather the samples so that they can be submitted for further examination to a pathology lab. They conduct several various tests in a pathology lab to help decide if patients need to be constantly reminded of any health issues.

Our team consists of well-renowned consultants who work closely with physicians to offer a wide variety of tests with detailed reporting. To achieve consistency and precision in outcomes, international accreditation and standardization standards are implemented.

Our services include Biochemistry, Microbiology, Hematology, Histopathology, Serology and Immunology to name a few.

  •  The Unit of Histopathology and Cytopathology provides an excellent and precise opinion on samples from Gynaecology, Urology, Gastroenterology, Cardiology, Orthopaedics, Respiratory Medicine and highly technical fields such as Neurology, Oncology, and Transplant units.
  •   The Serology unit has the latest innovations that ensure the precision of the tests and decrease the incidence of operator error. Serologic tests are blood tests that look at the blood for antibodies. Serologic tests can be used to detect viral infections, infectious diseases and many others.
  •   The Hematology unit is well configured with outstanding automated cell counters, coagulometers and flowcytometers. A wide variety of facilities for the diagnosis and treatment of blood diseases and bone marrow are offered.
  •   Microbiology is the analysis of all microscopic living organisms, including bacteria, viruses, fungi, protozoa and algae, etc.
    Our Microbiology unit is designed with automated systems to tackle blood culture and mycobacterium culture, microbial determination and resistance to antimicrobials.
  •   The Immunology unit specializes in diagnostic testing for susceptibility to allergens, autoimmune diseases, infectious diseases and serological testing for HIV.
    Immunology is the study of disorders such as autoimmunity, allergies, and cancer of the immune system.
  •   The biochemistry department is a latest lab, completely fitted with state-of-the-art advanced technology. Tests in biochemistry test the different chemicals that blood carries. The level of activity of the kidneys and liver is demonstrated by key tests. They also assess the body's fat and sugar content.
  •   Our experienced Molecular Diagnostics team explores a patient's gene changes that help to assess his/her infection propensity and possible responses to a favorable alternative therapy.
  •   The risk of family cancer, prenatal and pre-implantation detection, and the diagnosis of different neurological conditions was measured by molecular genetic testing.
  •   The Transfusion Medicine Unit is a specialized unit providing stable and sophisticated blood transfusion facilities such as leuko-depleted, blood-tested micro-particle ELISA and CMIA. Our staff of specialist pathologists utilize advanced technologies for the collection and processing of blood for part preparation, blood and blood products storage, and apheresis procedure.
  •   Histopathology is the examination of diseased tissue, such as breast lumps or bowel samples extracted from the human body due to presumed cancer.
  •   The most critical and time-consuming field of research for most anatomical pathologists is surgical pathology. The clinical and microscopic examination of surgical specimens, as well as biopsies provided by surgeons and non-surgeons such as medical subspecialists, dermatologists, and interventional radiologists, are involved in surgical pathology.
  •   The aim of NON-GYN cytological analysis is to identify ongoing chronic illnesses, like cancer or infectious processes which can often be microscopically identified by visualizing cytological changes in cells that are exfoliated and collected by fluid removal from brushings, washes, or fine needle aspirations of the body cavities.
  •   Urologic pathology is a specialized area of anatomical pathology which emphasizes on urological disorders, including kidney, bladder, and prostate inflammatory, benign, and malignant diseases. Our pathologists closely work with urologists, medical practitioners specializing in the diagnosis, care and management of urological disease patients.

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