Best Pathologists in Hyderabad


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Dr Pragathi Erram

Dr Pragathi Erram

   MD(Microbiology), MBBS

   Lab Director and Head of the Departments ( Microbiology & Molecular Biology ) and Infection Control Officer

   Experience: 10 years

    Hyderabad

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Dr Arpitha Mishra

Dr Arpitha Mishra

   MD. Biochemistry

   Consultant Biochemist

   Experience: 6 years

    Hyderabad

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Pathology is a field of medicine that studies disease and its causes by examining blood samples, urine samples, surgically removed organs or tissues (biopsy test), and physiological fluids

The Pathology department at Medicover Hospital works on all aspects of patient care, including disease diagnosis, treatment with cutting-edge technologies, and disease prevention. Our pathologists provide prompt and accurate histopathology and cytopathology services for the treatment of various illnesses. We also offer pulmonary pathology and neuropathology services.

Medicover hospitals have the best pathologists who research the diseases and their causes and provide accurate reports by analyzing them deeply. They are specialized experts who primarily assist other physicians with diagnosing, prognoses, and treatment of conditions.

Frequently Asked Questions
1. Who is a Pathologist?

A pathologist is a medical specialist who studies and analyzes samples and tissues and is responsible for running lab tests. A pathologist is the most vital part of the treatment team who aids other medical specialists in accurately diagnosing the disease and helping to decide a treatment plan.

2. Who are clinical pathologists?

Clinical pathologists are physicians specializing in the field of diagnosis and disease management using laboratory tests based on research.

3. Why visit a pathologist?

A pathology doctor may analyze anything from cancer to blood diseases like anemia. The following are typical pathologist responsibilities: blood tests to look for bleeding problems and abnormalities in blood chemistry and cells.

4. What does a pathologist do during the day?

A pathologist is a clinician who examines body fluids and tissues, assists the primary care doctor in making a diagnosis regarding the health or any medical problems you may be experiencing. They utilize laboratory testing methods to monitor the health of patients with chronic illnesses.

5. What are types of pathology?

There are four types of pathology - dermatopathology, anatomic pathology, forensic pathology, and laboratory medicine.

6. Is a pathologist known as a doctor?

Yes, pathologists are trained specialist physicians and they are called doctors. To be a pathologist, one has to graduate with an MBBS degree and, after that, follow MD in Pathology or Diploma or other identical courses recognized by the Medical Council of India, abbreviated as MCI.