The study of pathology entails understanding the mechanism and causes of various diseases. Many people feel uncomfortable with pathology tests, but they play an integral part in investigation, diagnosis and treating any disease. Often, you will have to make decisions about your health care based on your pathology test results when you are ill.

Pathology tests mainly focus on finding out how the disease is caused and how it is progressing. Pathology tests include a wide range of procedures like blood tests, urine tests, stool tests and analysis of bodily tissues. Clinical pathology laboratories can provide information on blood count, RBC and WBC count, blood clotting and electrolyte results.

When pathology tests are performed, pathologists look for abnormalities that may indicate diseases, such as cancer, pre-diabetes and other chronic illnesses.

Complete Blood Count (CBC): The tests help to diagnose anaemia, iron deficiencies, infections, certain cancer types etc.

Blood Sugar Test: This can identify diabetes and is done after fasting for about 12-hours. Sometimes an additional test, HbA1C is done to find the average blood sugar levels.

Lipid Profile: A precise that determines your heart health. This is a blood test that measures your total blood cholesterol, triglycerides, and the levels of HDL & LDL. This test is recommended every 2 years for normal people.

Liver Function Test: This is a test that determines your liver health. It helps to diagnose various liver conditions like alcohol-induced liver damage (AILD), fatty liver, Cirrhosis, Hepatitis C and B. etc.

Urine tests: A urine test checks for high levels of proteins, sugars, and blood in the urine (particularly in people who smoke as at high risk for bladder cancer), an indication of kidney disease and many other conditions.

Kidney Function Test: An elevated serum creatinine level may indicate impaired renal function.

Thyroid Function Tests: This is a blood test that detects hypothyroidism – under-active thyroid and hyperthyroidism – overactive thyroid.

Vitamin D Deficiency Test: Vitamin D deficiency is a common condition that indicates the risk of bone loss or osteoporosis over time.

Pap Smear Test (For Women): This test can identify pre-cancerous changes within the cervix of a woman. every sexually-active woman should consider this test after 21 years of age for a healthy life.

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