Tınaztepe Health Group Pathology Unit provides globally competitive, reliable and qualified service with experienced expert staff to protect the health of our patients, examine, analyze, diagnose and treat existing diseases.
Pathology is a word that means the science of diseases formed by the combination of the words (pathos) in Greek and the logos (Greek logos). Pathology (disease science) is particularly concerned with the recognition, investigation, and examination of structural and functional changes in cells, tissues, and organs related to the underlying disease. Pathology, which is one of the most difficult and disciplined parts of medicine, serves as a kind of bridge between clinics and paraclinical.
The Pathology Laboratory of Private Tınaztepe Hospital follows the technological and academic developments closely with its experienced staff and evaluates the materials sent in accordance with the world standards in an effective, reliable and high-quality way and determines the diagnostic-treatment-follow-up characteristics of our patients.
There are 2 specialist pathologists and 3 technicians in our Medical Pathology Laboratory. In our department, tissues taken from patients are examined with biopsies, surgical materials, fine-needle aspiration biopsies, body fluids, routine staining, and special methods. In the pathology laboratory; tissues from patients are prepared for routine microscopic evaluation followed by microscopic evaluation. Hematoxylin-eosin stained preparations are evaluated by pathologists under a light microscope. Special histochemical staining methods are used to demonstrate tissue properties, especially in cases where routine hematoxylin-eosin staining cannot do.
Frozen (intraoperative consultation) tissue samples taken from the patient during the operation to determine the course of the operation and frozen by quickly under the light microscope to determine the relevant doctor is immediately informed.
Pathology reports are reported in the most effective way and shortest time.
Results were 2 working days for cytological material and smear, 3 working days for endoscopic biopsies, 5 working days for other biopsy and surgical materials, 7-10 working days for cases requiring Frozen and additional procedures, and 15 working days for bone materials.