We provide professional support in Pathology Laboratory.
Pathology laboratory is the hospital unit where biopsy or
cytology samples are examined and detailed studies are carried out, especially
on cancerous cells. Thanks to the studies carried out in the laboratory,
the physician has the specific and comprehensive knowledge he needs to develop
an optimal treatment plan, especially in cancer cases.
Considering that there are hundreds of types of tumors
with many different characteristics that require accurate diagnosis, medical
professionals working in the pathology laboratory examine the data received
from the patient in detail to provide personalized treatment plans for each patient.
In the pathology laboratory, tests are performed on
blood, urine and other body fluids, and various information is obtained for use
in the treatment plan for subfields such as hematology, microbiology,
immunology and immunohematology.
In addition to these, pathological studies that make it
possible to examine tissues belonging to bones, joints, tendons, ligaments and
muscles under the microscope, and specialist physicians perform examinations on
thousands of different diseases including metabolic, infectious, traumatic,
degenerative and neoplastic.
The pathology laboratory, which supports the clinical
services provided in the hospital and where clinical and anatomical tests are
completed in a short time, is at the service of patients uninterruptedly under
the guidance of expert pathologists.
Literally, pathology is a science that studies the nature
of diseases and how to prevent them. While pathology tests help determine
the cause and nature of diseases by analyzing samples of body tissues and body
fluids, the results obtained with the tests are very decisive in providing
personalized treatment for patients.
Pathology tests performed by specialist medical personnel
are mandatory for public health. So much so that nowadays, if the health
centers are consulted with any complaint, the diagnosis and treatment phase
cannot be started without the necessary pathology laboratory
tests. However, relatively simple pathology tests, such as blood tests,
are often performed as part of a routine check to see if the body system is
Studies in the pathology laboratory are relied upon to
identify, diagnose and treat infections, allergies, chronic diseases, and
countless other medical conditions, through blood tests, biopsies, and many other tests.
In addition, the definitive diagnosis of malignant tumors
and cancerous cells is made following the studies performed in the pathology
laboratory. Therefore, the test results are very decisive in determining
the stage and setting the treatment.
Other diseases that can be diagnosed after studies in the
pathology laboratory are as follows:
Lung parenchymal diseases,
Stomach diseases (gastritis, ulcer, reflux etc.)
Intestinal diseases (Crohn’s disease, lazy bowel etc.),
Skin diseases (eczema, vitiligo etc.),