Hematopathology

Hematopathology is the investigation of illnesses and clutters influencing blood cells, their production, and any organs and tissues engaged with hematopoiesis, for example, bone marrow, the spleen, and the thymus. Diagnosis and treatment of illnesses, for example, leukemia and lymphoma frequently manage hematopathology; methods and advances incorporate stream cytometry studies and immunohistochemistry.
The interpretive reports incorporate the combination of tissue morphology and ancillary testing, for example, molecular diagnostic testing, flow cytometric analysis and cytogenetic results. Our hematopathologists ordinarily audit more than 4,900 tissue cases and more than 2,000 fluid and peripheral smears yearly. The interpretive reports include the integration of tissue morphology and ancillary testing such as analysis of flow cytometric, testing of molecular diagnostic and cytogenetic results. Our hematopathologists typically review over 4,900 tissue cases and over 2,000 fluid and peripheral smears yearly.

Hematopathology additionally called as hemopathology; it is the part of pathology which manages the sicknesses of hematopoietic cells. The investigation includes Normal Hematopoiesis, Red Cell Disorders, White Cell Disorders. It helps in the treatment of the infection that influences the generation of blood and its parts. Hematologists work on oncology with oncologists in the treatment of tumor. There are different disorders influenced by hematology i.e. general blood clots, hemophilia, anemia, bleeding disorders etc