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Diagnostic Medical Imaging

Pathology

Vision

Provide state of the art diagnostic pathology services while achieving excellence in pathology research and education.

 

Mission

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.

Special stains.

 

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.

-Ependymoma 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.