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Histopathology involves processing and microscpic examination of solid tissue removed from the body (biopsies) to identify the nature of the disease.

Specimens are obtained by doing Biopsy in OPD or Surgery in operation theatre

Common tests performed in Histopathology are:


Here are few types of diagnostic tests in Cardiology:

  • 1

    Biopsy of Small, Medium and Large specimens depending on size of specimen

  • 2

    Special stains

  • 3

    IHC markers

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Frequently Asked Questions

Histopathology is a medical discipline that analyzes tissue samples in order to diagnose various diseases such as cancer, infections, and inflammatory conditions. By carefully examining cellular structures and identifying any abnormalities under a microscope, histopathology offers valuable insights into the underlying disease processes and helps inform treatment decisions.

Histopathology involves the examination of tissue samples in order to diagnose diseases, while biopsy is the process of acquiring tissue samples for histopathological analysis.

Histopathology examines tissues under a microscope to identify diseases. Pathology covers a wide range of disease studies, such as histopathology, clinical pathology, and forensic pathology.

Histopathology is used to identify various diseases, including cancer, infections (such as tuberculosis), inflammatory conditions (like arthritis), and autoimmune disorders.

Yes, Histopathology is capable of identifying TB by analyzing tissue samples under a microscope, which can show distinctive granulomas or tuberculosis bacteria.

To read a histopathology report, begin with patient information, followed by tissue details,microscopic findings, diagnosis, and any abnormalities reported by a pathologist. Consult medical professionals for interpretation.

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