Pathology is devoted to the study and examination of organs, tissues, and bodily fluids to make a diagnosis of an ailment.
Microbiology, on the other hand, deals with the study of microscopic organisms like viruses, bacteria, fungi and protozoa. As you might have guessed, pathology and microbiology are both closely interrelated and work hand-in-hand during a diagnosis.
Pathology plays a critical role in cases of chronic ailments. By studying and analysing samples of body fluids and tissues, a pathologist can determine the progress of treatment, and any new symptoms that may have arisen in the course of the treatment. A pathologist is consulted throughout the process of treatment to check the progress made by the patient.
Microbiologists are specialists who study organisms that cannot be seen by the naked eye.
While some of these microorganisms are harmful, there are also many that help us to carry out the most important functions on a daily basis. Microbiologists observe the interaction of microorganisms with people and try to understand how they affect our lives.
Our Pathology and Microbiology departments are fully equipped to treat various procedures related to pathological and microbiological check-ups which consist of serious ailments and treatments.
Our support staff ensures that the entire process is running smoothly, and coordinate with women and children patients through the whole treatment. Our pathology department is also equipped to test for a vast number of illnesses. We take pride in the quick and accurate diagnosis of the treatment.
There is a common saying – ‘Well begun is half done’. We follow this saying and ensure that our results are accurate and quick in time. Our doctors make it a point to communicate the core of the problem with transparency.
Our basic principles of Cure, Care, and Compassion reflects in every step of the treatment, and the Pathology and Microbiology department at Ankura Women and Children’s Hospital.
Our team of experienced scientists, doctors, and pathologists, ensure there is no ambiguity in the diagnosis and check-up.