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A-Z Services - Pathology

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The structure and function of the diffierent types of blood cells and their constituents, for example haemoglobin are examined here. It involves counting and assessing cells using electronic equipment and examining blood films microscopically to identify normal and abnormal blood cells. Diseases such as leukaemia, malaria and anaemias are diagnosed and monitored by these techniques. Diagnosis and monitoring of blood coagulation disorders, like haemophilia and warfarin therapy, are done here.