Histopathology24 Apr 2022
The Histopathology division is excelling itself due to the presence of a state-of-the-art histopathology lab aided with automation and availability of special techniques like immunohistochemistry.
By adopting a system-wise pattern of reporting in the department, the pathologists are fine-tuned to excel in their chosen field. They are getting national training for the same. A very efficient clinicopathological correlation and discussions has been put into place is streamlining the study, and is helping the patient to get the best of treatment.
By using a unique frozen section technique, rapid diagnoses can be made allowing for immediate decisions regarding intraoperative and postoperative patient management. This is provided within a short span of 20 minutes
- Histopathological Examination and Diagnosis for all types of biopsies and radical specimens.
- Frozen Sections are done on the Cryostat machine (Cryo3) and providing reports within 20 minutes intraoperatively.
- Special Tests
- Histochemistry – Reticulin, Masson’s Trichrome, Periodic Acid Schiff (PAS), Silver Methenamine, AFB (Acid-fast bacilli), Verhoeff Van Geison, Perl’s, Asian blue, and Congo red
- Immunohistochemistry- Using a large panel of antibodies we are providing comprehensive immunohistochemistry to aid our histopathological diagnosis & providing therapeutic & prognostic significance for patient management.
Respectfully called MVR, the late MV Raghavan was one of the revolutionary leaders of the Communist movement in Kerala. Born in an ordinary family in Pappinissery, Kannur, his political life began in his early teens. He served two terms as Minister of Co-operation and Ports in Kerala during 1991-1996 and 2001-2006. MVR revolutionized the co-operative sector by taking the people-powered movement to healthcare and education in the State. MV Raghavan realized the role of the co-operative movement in social development and job creation and he was instrumental in setting up various institutions in the state.