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Pathology

Pathology is an extremely important role in medical research, and also the basic foundation of clinical medicine. Pathological diagnosis plays an important determinant in medical treatment by clinicians. Pathologists provide a clinically appropriate pathological diagnosis by observing the morphology and based on the results of chemical, immunohistochemical, and molecular biological examinations as clinicians to diagnose and therapy.

Our Speciality

Offer complete pathological diagnosis services
The Department of Pathology provides high-quality standard services, including histopathological section diagnosis, rapid frozen section diagnosis, histochemical staining, immunohistochemical staining, Pap smear, non-gynecological cytology, etc. all related pathological and cytological examinations.

The department offers rapid frozen section diagnostic services. Frozen biopsy during the operation is a special clinical emergency consultation. Through this examination, the diseased tissue can be removed and fresh tissue can be quickly frozen during the technique, and then converted into slices for immediate pathological observation and quick diagnosis. This is a brief pathology report, and its main purpose is to afford a reference to the surgeon to determine the current operation method or scope.

The remaining tissue after the frozen section is examined still requires to be conventionally sectioned and stained with a formal pathological report, which is the final pathological diagnosis. Due to the differences between tissue specimens selected during the operation or the fact that the frozen tissue may be deformed, become too hard or soft so that the section is incomplete or thicker, resulting in poorer dyeing quality than the conventional paraffin section, along with the situation that the auxiliary staining inspection cannot be added for determination, the diagnostic quality of frozen sections may not reach the precise level of “paraffin sections” under time constraints and owing to a lack of complete clinical information. As a result, there may be some degree of deviation (inconsistency) between the diagnosis of frozen sections and the final diagnosis of conventional pathological sections.

Immunohistochemical staining

Based on the principle of specific binding of antibodies and antigens, the antigens in tissue sections can be perceived to determine the category and source of cells and obtain a more appropriate and accurate diagnosis.

Name職位SpecialtyLink
Yi-Shu Liao&&
  • specializes in general pathology.
詳細資訊
Tao-An Chen&&詳細資訊
Name職位SpecialtyLink
Yi-Shu Liao&&
  • specializes in general pathology.
詳細資訊
Tao-An Chen&&詳細資訊
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