What does the cellular pathology department do?

What does the cellular pathology department do?

Cellular pathology is the study of organs and tissues, and is used to diagnose illnesses and medical problems, similar to other branches of medicine, such as blood testing, radiology, blood transfusion and biochemistry. We analyse the causes of certain diseases and the effects that they are having on the body.

How does cell pathology identify diseases?

The pathologist or scientist will describe any abnormalities in the tissue and then carefully dissect it to aid in diagnosing what disease is present, and to select the areas of the specimen that should be put onto glass slides (processed) for microscopic examination.

Is Cellular Pathology the same as histology?

Cellular Pathology is the science of cells, tissues and organs to detect abnormalities. The department is split into four specialist areas: Histology.

What diseases are diagnosed using histopathology?

1.4 Autoimmunity

Disease Organ Histological appearance
Rheumatoid arthritis Joint Erosion of articular cartilage by fibrous, inflammatory tissue – pannus.
Systemic lupus erythematosus Kidney, skin, CNS Type-3 hypersensitivity reaction in kidney, damage to glomerulus

Are pathologists paid well in UK?

A person working as a Physician – Pathology in United Kingdom typically earns around 166,000 GBP per year. Salaries range from 76,200 GBP (lowest) to 263,000 GBP (highest). This is the average yearly salary including housing, transport, and other benefits.

Which of these is a point of care test?

The most common point-of-care tests are blood glucose monitoring and home pregnancy tests. Other common tests are for haemoglobin, haemoglobin A1c as well as prothrombin time/international normalised ratio (PT/INR) for people on the anticoagulant warfarin.

Why choose CPS and cellular pathology services?

For Over 15 Years, CPS has been providing innovative and collaborative services to the NHS and private sector. Cellular Pathology Services has been providing comprehensive and customised histopathology and cytopathology services to the independent and NHS sector for over 15 years.

What types of pathology do our consultant cellular pathologists treat?

Each of our Consultant Cellular Pathologists is experienced in general histopathology but also sub specialises in particular aspects of pathology. These include dermatopathology, uropathology, breast pathology, gynaecological pathology and gastrointestinal pathology.

What is a fully managed histopathology service?

Our fully managed service reduces the everyday pressures and time-consuming tasks that your staff spend on chasing histopathology reports, tissue processing updates, callbacks from consultant pathologists, courier updates and more.

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