Pathology

Clinical Chemistry

These tests measure the concentration of substances such as glucose, lipids, enzymes, electrolytes, hormones, proteins, and other metabolic products present in human blood and urine. These help in diagnosis and monitoring of many diseases.

Cytogenetic Test

These tests involve the study of chromosomes. Many disorders, including Down Syndrome can be determined by cytogenetic tests.

Clinical microbiology

These tests are essential for the diagnosis and management of infectious diseases. If diagnosed accurately and in time, appropriate therapeutic management of patients can be followed up.

Haematology tests

These tests determine diseases of blood cells & blood components. The evaluation of blood, bone marrow, and related biological samples is crucial for diagnosis of specific haematological diseases including Anemias, Leukemias, Lymphomas, Thalessemias, Haemoglobinopathies etc.

Molecular Diagnostics

These include a class of diagnostic tests that detect and measure specific genetic sequences in DNA or RNA to assess a person’s health, literally at a molecular level. The presence of genetic material or proteins is associated with a specific health condition or disease.

Surgical pathology tests

These tests involve the study of tissues removed from patients during surgery to help diagnose a disease and determine a treatment plan. They include microscopic examination of surgical specimens as well as biopsies