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Clinical Pathology

Diagnostic Center in Raipur

Tools of Clinical Pathology: Microscopes, analyzers, strips, centrifugal machines.

Macroscopic Examination: The visual examination of the taken liquid is the first main indication for the pathologist or the physician. The aspect of the liquid, in addition, conditions the analytical assumption of responsibility that follow and the validity of the end results.

Microscopical examination: Microscopic analysis is an important activity of the pathologist and the laboratory assistant. They have many different colourings at their disposal (GRAM, MGG, Grocott, Ziehl-Neelsen, …). Immunofluorescence, cytochemistry, immunocytochemistry and FISH are also used in order to make a correct diagnosis.

This stage allows the pathologist at the Diagnostic Center in Raipur to determine the character of the liquid: “normal”, tumoral, inflammatory even infectious. Indeed, microscopic examination can often determine the causal infectious agent, in general, a bacterium, a mould, a yeast, or a parasite, more rarely a virus.

Analyzers: The analyzers, by the association of robotics and spectrophotometry, allowed these last decades a better reproducibility of the results of proportioning, in particular in medical biochemistry and haematology.

The companies of in vitro diagnosis henceforth try to sell chains of automats, i.e. a system allowing the automatic transfer of the tubes towards the various types of automats of the same mark. These systems can include the computer-assisted management of a serum library.

These analyzers must undergo daily controls to guarantee a result just possible. These analyzers must also undergo daily, weekly and monthly maintenance.

Cultures: A big part of the examinations of clinical pathology, primarily in medical microbiology, use culture media. Those allow, for example, the description of one or several infectious agents responsible for the clinical signs.

Values are known as “normal” or reference values

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