Histopathology Test


  • Refers to the microscopic examination of tissue in order to study the manifestation of disease
  • Cancer management entails a multidisciplinary approach involving specialists from several different fields
  • The histopathologist establishes a definitive cancer diagnosis and provides the clinical colleagues with information they require to deliver optimized care
  • Histopathology reports today give detailed information and the diagnosis includes immunohistochemistry and even molecular findings

Types of samples received include :

  • Incisional biopsy – diagnostic biopsies from any site
  • Excisional biopsy – Small Tumors
  • Punch biopsy – e.g: Oral Cavity, GIT etc.
  • Core needle biopsy – e.g: Breast
  • Curettage biopsy – e.g: Endometrium
  • Radical excision specimens – eg. Mastectomy, Neck Dissections, Colectomy etc




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