Pathology Lab

The goal of pathology examination of tissue is to provide accurate, specific and sufficiently comprehensive diagnoses to enable the treating physician to develop an optimal plan of treatment. It is not only important to obtain sufficient tissue for a specific diagnosis of malignancy, but for many malignancies, additional tissue is required for prognostic and predictive ancillary studies. As a field of general inquiry and research, pathology addresses four components of disease: cause, mechanisms of development, structural alterations of cells (morphological changes), and the consequences of changes (clinical manifestations). In common medical practice, general pathology is mostly concerned with analyzing known clinical abnormalities that are markers or precursors for both infectious and non-infectious disease and is conducted by experts in one of two major specialties, anatomical pathology and clinical pathology. Pathology Laboratory is equipped with most advanced diagnostic equipment to facilitate patients towards their diagnosis and treatment plan. Pathology laboratory is concerned with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases. Medical Lab Technologists and allied team is working 24/7 to provide accurate diagnostic input to Clinical Physicians and Surgeons. 800+ lab investigations are made on daily basis. Free of cost services are being provided to admitted and emergency patients. 


Enlisted below are the facilities ensured at the Laboratory of the hospital:

  • Examination of blood-smears for malaria relapsing fever
  • Estimation of haemoglobin
  • Size of R.B.C (Halometer)
  • Total Red Cell Count, total lecuocyte count each
  • Counting of blood plantlets
  • Estimation of Bleeding time
  • Fragility of Re Blood Cell
  • Examination of blood for reticulocytes
  • Examination of blood sugar (one estimation)
  • Blood Sedimentaion rates
  • Sugar Tolerance Test (5 Specimens of blood)
  • Estimation of Blood Urea
  • Estimation of Calcium
  • Estimation of Chalorides
  • Estimation of Cholestrol
  • Estimation of Creatinine
  • Estimation of inorganic phosphate
  • Kahn's Precipitation test for syphilis
  • Clinical qualitative i-e Chemical2. Physical
  • Clinical Microscopic
  • Clinical quantitative i-e estimation 
  • Urea concentration test & urea clearance test
  • Microscopic Examination
  • Culture of diphtheria swabs
  • Exam of Basal Smears for leprosy
  • Analysis of stools for fat contents or acid contents
  • Occult blood in stools
  • Inoculation of small animal for dignostic purpose Tuberculosis etc
  • For each doze of vaccine supplied
  • Pus smears cervical smears, Uretheral-laye
  • Bood culture negative.
  • Blood Culture (Positive & Identity)
  • Blood Grouping
  • Chemical exam of pathological fluids such as vomit, oerebro spinal ascetic pleural

​List of Test and Rates