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Lab for ovary biopsy in Pune | 2nd Opinion for ovarian cancer

Lab for ovary biopsy in Pune | 2nd Opinion for ovarian cancer

Pathofast Lab in Pune is the leading destination for the analysis of organ and specimen cancers. With a team of highly experienced and skilled pathologists, we offer accurate and reliable histopathology tests for ovarian biopsy and other specimen types. As the best lab in Pune for second opinion histopathology, we ensure that each specimen is analyzed with utmost precision and attention to detail. Our state-of-the-art facilities and advanced technology enable us to provide timely and accurate results. Whether you require biopsy analysis or analysis of any other specimen type, Pathofast Lab is the go-to destination in Pune. Trust us for the best pathology services in the city!

Reliable lab for Ovary related biopsy or histopathology reporting in Pune

Pathofast Lab in Pune is known for its reliability in providing accurate and timely histopathology reports for ovarian biopsies. With state-of-the-art equipment and skilled technicians, we ensure that the results are precise and dependable.

Experienced in handling ovarian biopsy analysis

Pathofast Lab in Pune has extensive experience in analyzing ovarian biopsies. Our team of pathologists and technicians are well-trained in handling ovarian tissue samples and interpreting the histopathology findings with expertise and precision.

Qualified and reliable histopathologist, Dr. Bhargav Raut

Dr. Bhargav Raut, a renowned histopathologist at Pathofast Lab in Pune, brings years of expertise and knowledge to the field of histopathology. With his qualifications and experience, you can trust in the accuracy and reliability of the histopathology reports provided.

Ideal lab for 2nd Opinion for Ovary / ovarian biopsy

At Pathofast Lab in Pune, we understand the importance of seeking a second opinion for ovarian biopsies. A second opinion is when another experienced pathologist reviews the histopathology slides to ensure accurate diagnosis and treatment planning. We are the ideal choice for obtaining a reliable second opinion, providing you with peace of mind and confidence in your medical decisions.

What is ovarian biopsy test

Ovarian biopsy is a histopathology test that involves the examination of a small sample of ovarian tissue under a microscope to diagnose various conditions.

Role of lab in ovarian biopsy

Pathofast Lab in Pune plays a crucial role in conducting ovarian biopsy tests. Our experienced pathologists analyze the tissue samples and provide accurate diagnostic results.

Indications for ovarian biopsy

Ovarian biopsy may be recommended when there are abnormalities or suspected conditions such as ovarian cancer, cysts, tumors, or infertility issues.

What can be diagnosed in ovarian biopsy

Ovarian biopsy can help diagnose various conditions including ovarian cancer, benign tumors, endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), and other ovarian abnormalities.

How does the lab perform Ovary

An overview of histopathology for ovarian biopsy. The excised tissue is first brought to the lab by the surgeon. The lab then performs a gross assessment of the specimen, measuring its weight, dimensions, and external appearance. Next, the tissue is sectioned and slides are prepared for microscopic analysis by the lab.

The lab does not perform excision

The excision or removal of ovarian tissue is performed by the patient's referring surgeon, not by the lab. The lab's role is to receive the excised tissue and perform subsequent histopathological analysis.

Gross Assessment of the specimen

During the gross assessment of the ovarian biopsy specimen, the lab measures various parameters such as weight, dimensions, external appearance, and any visible abnormalities. This evaluation provides valuable information for further analysis and diagnosis.

Microscopic analysis and slide preparation

Microscopic analysis of the ovarian biopsy slides is performed by the lab. The slides are prepared by sectioning the tissue and staining the sections. Lab technicians examine the slides under a microscope to identify and analyze cellular structures, abnormalities, and other relevant features.

Major diseases diagnosed by histopathology pertaining to given specimen

Histopathology of ovarian biopsy is an invaluable diagnostic tool for the identification and characterization of various diseases. This procedure helps in detecting and diagnosing a wide range of conditions affecting the ovaries, providing crucial insights for appropriate treatment and management.

Infections diagnosed

Histopathology of ovarian biopsy can help identify various infectious diseases affecting the ovaries. Common infections include pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), tubo-ovarian abscesses, and sexually transmitted infections such as chlamydia and gonorrhea. Accurate diagnosis of these infections is essential for effective treatment and prevention of complications.

Cancers diagnosed

Histopathology plays a crucial role in diagnosing ovarian cancers. This test helps identify different types of ovarian tumors, including epithelial tumors, germ cell tumors, and sex cord-stromal tumors. Early detection and accurate diagnosis are vital for timely intervention and improved patient outcomes.

Degenerative disorders diagnosed

Histopathology of ovarian biopsy can reveal degenerative changes that occur in the ovaries due to aging or other factors. These changes may include follicular atresia, fibrosis, or ovarian cysts. Accurate diagnosis of degenerative disorders can guide appropriate management and treatment options.

Immunohistochemistry or IHC for ovarian biopsy in Pune

Pathofast lab offers Immunohistochemistry (IHC) services for ovarian biopsy. Immunohistochemistry is a technique used to identify specific proteins in tissue samples. It can provide valuable information about the presence, location, and abundance of proteins in ovarian tissue. IHC can be helpful in diagnosing and understanding various conditions related to the ovaries.

Immunohistochemistry for Ovarian Cancer

Immunohistochemistry (IHC) markers that may be done for ovarian cancer include CA-125, WT1, p53, and Ki-67. These markers can help in determining the type and aggressiveness of the cancer, as well as predicting the patient's response to certain treatment options.

Immunohistochemistry for Ovarian Cyst

Immunohistochemistry (IHC) markers that may be done for ovarian cysts include inhibin, calretinin, and vimentin. These markers can assist in distinguishing between different types of cysts, such as functional cysts, endometriomas, or cystic tumors.

Immunohistochemistry for Endometriosis

Immunohistochemistry (IHC) markers that may be done for endometriosis include estrogen receptor (ER), progesterone receptor (PR), CD10, and CK7. These markers can help in confirming the presence of endometriosis and differentiating it from other similar conditions.

Immunohistochemistry for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

Immunohistochemistry (IHC) markers that may be done for polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) include anti-M├╝llerian hormone (AMH), insulin receptor (INSR), androgen receptor (AR), and aromatase. These markers can provide insights into the hormonal imbalances and metabolic abnormalities associated with PCOS.

Immunohistochemistry for Teratoma

Immunohistochemistry (IHC) markers that may be done for teratomas include AFP (Alpha-Fetoprotein), ╬▓-hCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin), CD30, and OCT3/4. These markers can aid in confirming the diagnosis of teratoma and determining its differentiation and potential for malignancy.

Experience with Ovarian Biopsy Histopathology

Pathofast Pathologists have extensive experience with histopathology of ovarian biopsy specimens.

Number 1 Choice for Second Opinion

Pathofast Lab can provide a second opinion on slides already examined by a pathologist from the hospital where the excision was done.

Bring Histopathology Blocks for Second Opinion

Pathofast Lab can use histopathology blocks from the primary lab to create new slides for a second opinion. Request these blocks from the primary lab.

Choose Pathofast as Your Reporting Pathology Lab

You can request your surgeon to send the sample directly to Pathofast Lab for histopathology testing. We can coordinate with your surgeon prior to the operation.

Lab in Pune for Ovarian Cancer

Pathofast Lab in Pune has extensive experience with histopathology related to Ovarian Cancer. We have seen numerous cases of Ovarian Cancer and are competent in interpreting its histopathology. Our team of experts can accurately diagnose and provide insights into the nature and progression of Ovarian Cancer.

Lab in Pune for Ovarian Cyst

Pathofast Lab in Pune has extensive experience with histopathology related to Ovarian Cyst. We have encountered numerous cases of Ovarian Cyst and are competent in interpreting its histopathology. Our skilled pathologists can provide accurate diagnosis and detailed information about the nature and characteristics of Ovarian Cysts.

Lab in Pune for Endometriosis

Pathofast Lab in Pune has extensive experience with histopathology related to Endometriosis. We have encountered several cases of Endometriosis and are proficient in interpreting its histopathology. Our experienced team can provide precise diagnosis and valuable insights into the histopathological features of Endometriosis.

Lab in Pune for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS)

Pathofast Lab in Pune has extensive experience with histopathology related to Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS). We have encountered numerous cases of PCOS and are proficient in interpreting its histopathology. Our expert pathologists can provide accurate diagnosis and detailed information about the histopathological findings associated with PCOS.

Lab in Pune for Teratoma

Pathofast Lab in Pune has extensive experience with histopathology related to Teratoma. We have seen several cases of Teratoma and are skilled in interpreting its histopathology. Our knowledgeable pathologists can provide accurate diagnosis and valuable insights into the histopathological characteristics of Teratoma.

3 simple steps to book this test

To book a histopathology test for analysis of your specimen, you must know the weight of the specimen. Pricing and test name varies based on the weight. Please click on the appropriate button below

Sample Weight is less than 5 grams

This includes most small biopsies. The sample may be in a single container, and may be so small that you cannot even see it with your eyes. 5 grams refers to the dry weight of the specimen without the accompanying preservation fluid. Click Book Now below, and you will be redirected to book the 'Biopsies Test'

Sample Weight is between 5 and 35 grams

This includes larger specimens like those which contain an entire organ such as the gallbladder or thyroid and in some cases lipomas. As long as the weight is under 35 grams it can be accomodated in our Small Samples Category. Click 'Book Now' and you will be redirected to the Small Biopsies Page, where you can proceed to book.

Sample Weight is greater than 35 grams

This includes larger specimens like breast, uterus, and other large specimens. Click 'Book Now' below and you will be redirected to the large samples page.

Doubts you may have about choosing a lab for Histopathology of ovarian biopsy in Pune

We understand that you may have several questions or doubts while choosing a lab for histopathology of ovarian biopsy in Pune. At Pathofast, we assure you of our expertise and three main features that set us apart. Firstly, we have the ability to report slides that have already been reported. Secondly, we can section blocks again if required. And lastly, our team of experts ensures accurate and reliable results.

Doubt 1: What if I don't have the blocks but only the slides?

Pathofast can issue a report on the slides without any issue. However, if we need more sections or additional testing, it may pose challenges. It is always recommended to provide both the blocks and slides for comprehensive histopathological evaluation.

Doubt 2: What if the blocks are very old?

Blocks do not deteriorate with age. At Pathofast, we can even make sections from blocks that are five years old if required. Our advanced techniques and experienced pathologists ensure accurate diagnosis and evaluation, regardless of the age of the blocks.

Doubt 3: Will Pathofast return the blocks after sectioning?

Yes, Pathofast will return all the blocks to you after the sections are reported. We understand the importance of preserving the blocks for future reference or additional testing, and we ensure their safe return to you.

Frequently Asked Questions

Here are the most Frequently asked questions about ovarian biopsy,oophorectomy specimen histopathology and lab related reporting in Pune.
Frequently Asked Questions
  • filter_dramaHow many days does it take for ovarian biopsy,oophorectomy specimen report at your lab in Pune
    Depending on the size and weight of the specimen, the reports are usually available after 3-5 days.
  • filter_dramaWhat is the cost for ovarian biopsy,oophorectomy specimen report at your lab in Pune
    Depending on the size and weight of the specimen, the costs can vary. We classify specimens into three types based on weight. For the smallest specimen, prices start around Rs.1600. Please enquire at the lab for exact pricing.
  • filter_dramaWhat will the ovarian biopsy,oophorectomy specimen report include?
    The report includes 2 major parts. The first will be a description of the specimen as seen on arrival in the lab. The second part will be the microscopic analysis report. The report may end with an impression and some specific advice.
  • filter_dramaCan the ovarian biopsy,oophorectomy specimen report confirm diagnosis of cancer?
    In some cases it is possible to clearly decide whether there is a cancer in the specimen. In other cases where the cancer may be borderline, the report will describe as best possible, the appearance of the lesion and suggest further steps.
  • filter_dramaWhen do we make payment for ovarian biopsy,oophorectomy specimen report?
    Full Payment must be made in advance. You can pay by cash, card or online
  • filter_dramaWhat about immunohistochemistry or IHC markers for ovarian biopsy,oophorectomy specimen?
    Depending on the markers that are to be done, the time taken for the report can be prolonged. IHC markers are specialized stains that are done to differentiate between different types of cancers/lesions.