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Histopathology Biopsy Large Complex Cancer Specimen Test

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Histopathology Biopsy of Large Complex Cancer Specimens is a crucial diagnostic test performed to analyze large and intricate cancerous tissues. This test involves the meticulous examination of a large sample of tissue that has been surgically removed from a patient suspected of having cancer. Histopathologists study the biopsy under a microscope to identify the type and stage of cancer, providing vital information that guides treatment options.

At DNA Labs UAE, this sophisticated test is conducted with precision and care, utilizing state-of-the-art technology and techniques to ensure accurate results. The cost of the Histopathology Biopsy for Large Complex Cancer Specimens at DNA Labs UAE is 970 AED. This investment covers the comprehensive analysis required to understand the complexity of the cancer, enabling healthcare professionals to devise the most effective treatment plans for their patients.

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HISTOPATHOLOGY BIOPSY LARGE COMPLEX CANCER SPECIMEN Test

Test Cost: AED 970.0

Test Components:

  • Esophagectomy
  • Gastrectomy
  • Mastectomy
  • Hemi / Total Colectomy
  • Large Bone Resection
  • Ovarian Tumor Resection
  • Radical Nephrectomy for Cancer
  • Radical Neck Dissection
  • Radical Hysterectomy
  • Radical Orchidectomy
  • Soft tissue tumor resections
  • Head & Neck resection

Price: 970.0 AED

Sample Condition:

Submit specimen in 10% Formal-saline. Formal-saline should cover the specimen completely. Ship at room temperature. Brief clinical history in Surgical Pathology Requisition Form for Oncology resections (Form 3) is mandatory. For patients with multiple specimens, kindly register all specimens under a single Lab number.

Report Delivery:

Sample daily by 6 pm; Report – 9 Working days. For Bone specimens, 16 – 18 Working days.

Method:

Processing, Staining & Microscopy

Test Type:

Cancer

Doctor:

Oncologist

Test Department:

Pre Test Information: Brief clinical history in Surgical Pathology Requisition Form for Oncology resections (Form 3) is mandatory.

Test Details:

A histopathology biopsy is a medical procedure in which a small piece of tissue is removed from the body for examination under a microscope. It is commonly performed to diagnose or rule out cancer. In the case of a large complex or cancer specimen, the biopsy is taken from a suspicious mass or tumor. The tissue sample is then sent to a pathology laboratory, where it is processed, stained, and analyzed by a pathologist.

The pathologist examines the tissue sample under a microscope to identify any abnormal cells or tissue structures. They look for signs of cancer, such as changes in cell size, shape, and organization. The pathologist may also perform additional tests, such as immunohistochemistry or molecular testing, to further characterize the tumor and determine its type and stage.

The results of the histopathology biopsy are crucial in guiding the patient’s treatment plan. If cancer is detected, the pathologist provides information about the tumor’s characteristics, including its aggressiveness and potential for spread. This information helps oncologists and other healthcare professionals determine the most appropriate treatment options for the patient, such as surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or targeted therapy.

Overall, a histopathology biopsy of a large complex or cancer specimen plays a vital role in the accurate diagnosis and management of cancer. It provides valuable information about the nature and extent of the disease, helping to guide personalized treatment decisions for patients.

Test Name HISTOPATHOLOGY BIOPSY LARGE COMPLEX CANCER SPECIMEN Test
Components *Esophagectomy*Gastrectomy *Mastectomy*Hemi / Total Colectomy *Large Bone Resection *Ovarian Tumor Resection*Radical Nephrectomy for Cancer*Radical Neck Dissection*Radical Hysterectomy *Radical Orchidectomy*Soft tissue tumor resections*Head & Neck resection
Price 970.0 AED
Sample Condition Submit specimen in 10% Formal-saline. Formal-saline should cover the specimen completely. Ship at room temperature. Brief clinical history in Surgical Pathology Requisition Form for Oncology resections (Form 3) is mandatory.For patients with multiple specimens kindly register all specimens under single Lab number.
Report Delivery Sample Daily by 6 pm; Report – 9 Working days For Bone specimens 16 – 18 Working days
Method Processing, Staining & Microscopy
Test type Cancer
Doctor Oncologist
Test Department:
Pre Test Information Brief clinical history in Surgical Pathology Requisition Form for Oncology resections (Form 3) is mandatory.
Test Details

A histopathology biopsy is a medical procedure in which a small piece of tissue is removed from the body for examination under a microscope. It is commonly performed to diagnose or rule out cancer.

In the case of a large complex or cancer specimen, the biopsy is taken from a suspicious mass or tumor. The tissue sample is then sent to a pathology laboratory, where it is processed, stained, and analyzed by a pathologist.

The pathologist examines the tissue sample under a microscope to identify any abnormal cells or tissue structures. They look for signs of cancer, such as changes in cell size, shape, and organization. The pathologist may also perform additional tests, such as immunohistochemistry or molecular testing, to further characterize the tumor and determine its type and stage.

The results of the histopathology biopsy are crucial in guiding the patient’s treatment plan. If cancer is detected, the pathologist provides information about the tumor’s characteristics, including its aggressiveness and potential for spread. This information helps oncologists and other healthcare professionals determine the most appropriate treatment options for the patient, such as surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or targeted therapy.

Overall, a histopathology biopsy of a large complex or cancer specimen plays a vital role in the accurate diagnosis and management of cancer. It provides valuable information about the nature and extent of the disease, helping to guide personalized treatment decisions for patients.