Pathalogy- Magnus Hospital

Health care providers may be unfamiliar with the workings of the pathology laboratory.

The delivery of a specimen to the pathology laboratory initiates a complex series of events resulting in a pathologic diagnosis/interpretation.

The following section reviews the importance and key objectives in the pathologic evaluation of tissue and provides information on the types and members of the pathology laboratory.


  • tudies of semen, urine, sputum, secretions and fluids.

  • Detection of parasites/infective agents in urine/stool

  • Detection of pus cells, blood or stone forming crystals in urine

  • Detection of occult blood in stool/urine

  • Detection of hemosiderinuria

  • Detection of various chemical factors, pH etc.

  • Cell typing and cell counting in all body fluids/secretions