Pathology primarily deals with the causes and effects of diseases and injuries. A pathologist analyses tissue, cell, and body fluid samples to find out the real cause of the disease and helps in diagnosis. He usually carries out four types of tests to know the cause, mechanisms of development (pathogenesis), structural alterations of cells (morphologic changes), and the consequences of changes (clinical manifestations). To begin a thorough treatment procedure, pathological tests are needed. The doctors depend on the results of pathological tests essentially for their treatment.
General Pathology analyses known clinical abnormalities that causes both infectious and non-infectious disease. Besides, Clinical Pathology and Anatomical Pathology, Cytopathology, Histopathology, and Haematopathology tests are done for further investigation.
Biochemistry refers to the chemical processes going on in the living organisms. It studies the role, structure and functions of bio molecules and helps in diagnosing the cause of the diseases. Usually, Biochemistry helps finding out the causes of biochemical and metabolic disorders in human beings.
Microbiology is the study of micro-organisms which are unicellular, multicellular and acellular (which does not have a cell). In short, it is the study of virus, bacteria, fungus and more. Microbiological tests help find out the cause of the diseases spurt by virus, bacteria or fungus.
Haematology is the study of diseases that affects the blood and its components, such as blood cells, haemoglobin, blood proteins, bone marrow, platelets, blood vessels, spleen, and the process of blood coagulation. Certain blood related diseases are haemophilia, blood clots, bleeding disorder and blood cancer such as Leukaemia, multiple myeloma, and Lymphoma.
The job of Haematologist includes observing blood films and bone marrow slides under the microscope and interpreting the test results. After diagnosing the cause, they offer treatment to the subsequent ailment and disorder. Usually, haematologist and haematopathologist work together to diagnose the disease and deliver proper therapy. They also perform blood transfusion, bone marrow transplantation and stem cell transplantation.
CURA multi speciality hospital Bangalore has some wonderful, state of the art diagnostic laboratories to conduct all kinds of pathological, microbiological, haematopathological tests. These laboratories and test centres are fitted with modern tools and equipments to conduct all kinds of tests to get accurate results. To assure the safety and protection of our patients, we always use fresh equipments like syringes, gloves etc in our laboratories. The laboratories accept samples of inpatients as well as that of outpatients. The patients of outpatient department need not go elsewhere for the pathological tests. They can avail all the facilities under the same roof. Our doctors and technicians are extremely knowledgeable and efficient to conduct the tests. The patients do not feel any pain when the tests are done on them. The patients’ comfort is priority to them.
CURA multispecialty Hospital, Bangalore is one of the most renowned hospitals in Bangalore. With dedicated and quality health care services, we at CURA have achieved this feat within a very few years. ‘Healing with Care’ is our mantra which keeps us going, overcoming many hurdles. Ever since 2008, we are engaged in rendering our best services to our patients. Their wellbeing and good health are our chief concern. Keeping this in mind, we are striving at upgrading ourselves by developing our infrastructure and expanding our services. In our journey we are overwhelmingly supported by our team of proficient doctors, trained nurses, health care personnel and administrative staffs.
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