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Help patients understand the medical terminology of their lab results and / or tissue biopsy reports.

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I am a pathologist and director of clinical laboratory services. I have been a practicing pathologist for last 9 years in a 350 bed multi specialty hospital laboratory in India.


Indian association of pathologists and microbiologists.
International Academy of Cytology
International association of Pathologists - Indian division
Indian association of Cytology


MD (pathology) MBA

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2016-11-05 Sinus infection:

Hello Amy    H influenza is normally present in the sinuses.   When bacterial titers exceed 1000 colony forming units per milliliter of mucus (cfu/mL), they are considered pathogenic.  So please check

2016-10-21 mucinous adenocarcinoma:

Hello Linda:    The biopsy definitely indicates presence of mutinous adenocarcinoma. It is likely the pathologist was not aware of the PET scan report and labeled it as a metastasis. This means that the

2016-10-03 e6\E7:

Hello Jill     A “presence of high-risk HPV E6/E7 mRNA is suggestive of an increased risk of cervical cancer. It does not co firm presence of cancer.  Current protocol states if PAP is ASCUS and e6/e7

2016-09-20 Spindle cell neoplasm:

Hello Kelli    My apologies for the delayed response.    Your biopsy report indicates that you have a growth which is composed of spindle shaped cells, that is cells which are elongated with tapered ends

2016-08-14 Thyroid fine needle aspiration:

Hi again:    If the nodule is solitary and small then it will be removed with some of the normal thyroid (partial thyroid tomb). However if there are multiple small or larger nodules entire thyroid will


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