Common Pathology Tests: What They Are and What They Detect

Pathology tests are essential diagnostic tools that can help identify diseases and determine the best course of treatment for patients. These tests involve the examination of tissues, organs, and bodily fluids to detect the presence of abnormalities or changes that may indicate a disease or condition.

At A2Z Diagnostics, we offer a wide range of pathology tests to provide accurate and timely diagnoses for our patients. Our team of highly skilled pathologists and histotechnicians use state-of-the-art equipment and techniques to ensure that each sample is prepared and analyzed with the utmost care and attention to detail.

Here are some of the most common pathology tests we offer, along with what they detect:

  1. Biopsy: A biopsy involves the removal of a small piece of tissue from the body for examination under a microscope. This test can help diagnose cancer, infections, and other conditions.
  2. Blood tests: Blood tests can be used to detect a wide range of conditions, including infections, anemia, liver and kidney disease, and diabetes.
  3. Urine tests: Urine tests can detect a variety of conditions, including urinary tract infections, kidney disease, and diabetes.
  4. Stool tests: Stool tests can help diagnose digestive problems, such as inflammatory bowel disease or colon cancer.

Pathology Services at A2Z Diagnostics

At A2Z Diagnostics, we understand the importance of accurate and timely pathology results for our patients. That’s why we employ a team of highly trained pathologists and histotechnicians who work tirelessly to ensure that each sample is analyzed with the utmost care and attention to detail.

We also pride ourselves on our ability to provide customized pathology solutions that are specifically designed to meet the unique needs of each referring physician and their patients. Whether you need a routine screening test or a more specialized diagnostic test, our team is here to provide you with the highest level of diagnostic expertise. Contact us today to learn more about our pathology services and how we can help you achieve optimal patient outcomes.