Provide state of the art diagnostic pathology services while achieving excellence in pathology research and education.
Members of the Department of Pathology will strive to provide a quality work environment that fosters unity, respect for diversity, teamwork and professional growth. We are committed to serve our:
Patients; by providing efficient, comprehensive and high quality diagnostic services for optimal patient outcome. We are committed to strategies that result in continuous improvement of the quality of our services.
Healthcare professionals; we integrate continuing medical education programs into the departmental activities.
Scientific research community; by sharing expertise, fostering interdisciplinary collaboration, and through basic science, clinical and translational research.
Society; by actively applying the art and science of pathology in educating the community in matters of health and disease.
Pathology Program Scope of Service
Routine Hematoxylin & Eosin stain for tissue biopsy and specimens and Papanicolaou stain for smears and FNA.
Immunohistochemical stains: done by the automated stainer BenchMark xt VENTANA System.
The following clinics will be held weekly:
1. Combined clinic of Wilms’, Neuroblastoma, RMS, hepatoblastoma
2. Combined clinic of Retinoblastoma.
3. Combined clinic of Bone tumors.
4. Combined clinic of Lymphoma.
5. Combined clinic of Neuro-oncology.
Attending Morbidity and Mortality meeting.
Every Consultant will cover two or more sub speciality areas, attend study team meetings and participate in setting the following management protocols:
1. CNS protocols; -Low grade glioma protocol.
-Medulloblastoma protocols.(standard Risk, high risk, infantile)
- High grade glioma protocol.
2. Osteosarcoma protocol.
3. Ewing’s sarcoma protocol.
4. B-cell NHL protocol.
5. Wilms’ tumor protocol.
6. Neuroblastoma protocol.
7. Retinoblastoma protocol.
8. Hodgkin’s lymphoma protocol.
9. Rhabdomyosarcoma protocol.
10. Germ Cell tumor protocol.