We have several departments where we conduct tests on a patient’s condition to aid in disease diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.
A subspecialty of laboratory medicine in which chemical and biochemical methods are used to study disease.
Hematology is the medical specialty that studies blood, blood-forming organs, and blood disorders.
The use of biological, biochemical, molecular, or chemical methods to detect, identify, or count microorganisms in a material.
Blood tests, as well as testing on urine, feces, and biological tissues, are used to diagnose disorders such as cancer and other chronic illnesses.
Molecular biology is the study of how molecules interact in living creatures to carry out life’s activities.
Serology tests determine whether or not certain antibodies are present in the blood. Antibodies are proteins produced by your immune system to combat foreign invaders.
Clinical pathology is a branch of medicine that deals with the diagnosis of disease using laboratory tests on bodily fluids like blood, urine, and tissue homogenates.
Histopathology is a branch of pathology that examines tissue for signs of disease. Examine tissue under a microscope and write a report based on the results.
The use of a radiologist is simply one aspect of cancer diagnosis and treatment. A comprehensive cancer examination typically includes a discussion of your medical history.
To determine the levels of different hormones in the body of a patient. To see if the endocrine glands are functioning properly.