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Pathology Department

Dr. Oyes Quruni

MBBS, BCS( Health)

MD ( Pathology)

Assistant Professor ( Pathology)

Sheikh Hasina Medical College & Hospital, Tangail.

The pathology department is a crucial component of healthcare systems, focusing on the study and diagnosis of disease through the examination of tissues, organs, bodily fluids, and autopsies. Here are some key areas of focus within the pathology department:

  1. Anatomic Pathology: This involves the examination of tissue specimens obtained from surgical procedures, biopsies, or autopsies. Anatomic pathologists diagnose diseases such as cancer, infections, and inflammatory conditions by examining cells and tissues under a microscope. They also play a role in determining the stage and grade of cancers.

  2. Clinical Pathology: Also known as laboratory medicine, clinical pathology involves the analysis of bodily fluids such as blood, urine, and cerebrospinal fluid to diagnose diseases and monitor patient health. Clinical pathologists oversee various laboratory tests including hematology, clinical chemistry, microbiology, immunology, and molecular diagnostics.

  3. Forensic Pathology: Forensic pathologists specialize in investigating the cause, manner, and circumstances of death, particularly in cases of suspicious or sudden deaths. They perform autopsies and collaborate with law enforcement agencies to provide expert testimony in legal proceedings.

  4. Cytopathology: Cytopathology involves the examination of individual cells obtained from body fluids or fine needle aspirations. Cytopathologists diagnose diseases such as cancer, infections, and inflammatory conditions by studying the morphology of cells under a microscope. They play a key role in cancer screening programs such as Pap smears for cervical cancer.

  5. Hematopathology: Hematopathologists specialize in the study of diseases affecting the blood and bone marrow, including leukemia, lymphoma, and other hematologic disorders. They analyze blood smears, bone marrow aspirates, and lymph node biopsies to diagnose and monitor these conditions.

  6. Molecular Pathology: Molecular pathologists use molecular techniques to analyze genetic and biochemical markers of disease. They play a crucial role in identifying genetic mutations, infectious agents, and predicting response to targeted therapies in conditions such as cancer and infectious diseases.

  7. Dermatopathology: Dermatopathologists specialize in the diagnosis of skin diseases by examining skin biopsies under the microscope. They diagnose conditions such as melanoma, dermatitis, and autoimmune skin disorders by analyzing the histological features of skin specimens.

  8. Neuropathology: Neuropathologists study diseases of the nervous system, including the brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves. They diagnose conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease, stroke, and brain tumors by examining brain biopsies and autopsy specimens.

In addition to diagnosis, pathology departments also contribute to medical research, education, and quality assurance initiatives within healthcare institutions. They collaborate with clinicians, surgeons, radiologists, and other healthcare professionals to provide comprehensive patient care.