The goal of pathology examination of tissue is to provide accurate, specific and sufficiently comprehensive diagnosis to enable the treating physician to develop an optimal plan of treatment. There are hundreds of varieties of tumors, most with characteristic biology, that require accurate diagnosis by pathologists. Data on markers with prognostic and predictive significance is also routinely incorporated into pathology reports, allowing individualized treatment plans for patients.

The pathology department houses an integral part of the hospital; the Hospital Based Registry which comes directly under the National Cancer Registry. This is where the patients diagnosed with cancer and admitted to the hospital are all registered.

Specialised Services

  • Surgical pathology including frozen section, histopathology and IHC
  • Cytology including FNAC, fluid cytology, cytospin preparation, cell block
  • Haematology including CBC, PBF, Bone marrow aspiration & Biopsy, and cytochemistry
  • Biochemistry including RFT, LFT enzymes, lipid profile and electrolytes
  • Microbiology
  • Serology & immunology including tumour markers, HIV & HBsAg, Hormone & anaemia profile by chemiluminescence
  • Flow cytometry
  • Molecular Pathology (RT PCR)

Care and Support facilities

BMCHRC provides various facilities and services. Besides professional care and support, hospital management is taking care of patients’ inner comfort as well. Facilities Offered at BMCHRC includes:

  • Haematology
  • Biochemistry
  • Histopathology including frozen section
  • Clinical Pathology
  • IHC ( Immunohistochemistry)
  • Cytology
  • Serum Marker Studies
  • Microbiology
  • Flow cytometry
  • Cytology
  • Serum Marker Studies
  • Microbiology
  • Flow cytometry



Find right answers to all your queries

How does a pathologist diagnose cancer?

A pathologist studies the specimen recovered from the patient’s tumour during a biopsy. With tests and studying, the pathologist can determine with the tumour is cancerous or non-cancerous in nature.

How does a biopsy determine cancer?

The doctor removes a small sample of the tissue to be observed under a microscope later. With the help of this observation, the doctor and the pathologist can determine whether the person has cancer or just a non-cancerous tumour.

Can biopsy cause cancer to spread?

A long-standing myth about pathology, but there have only been a very rare amount of cases where the biopsy has caused cancer to spread. The chances are very slim with nothing to worry about. For more information, visit one of our experts by booking an appointment today.

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