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

Experience in the area

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.

Organizations

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

Education/Credentials

MD (pathology) MBA


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Recent Answers from Neha Dahiya MD

2017-02-01 Help understanding IHC results:

Hello Laura:    Tumor markers help to identify the origin of cells of the tumor and to classify them in a certain category    Chromogranin A and Synaptophysin are proteins which help to identity near endocrine

2016-12-23 high wbc:

Hello:  I apologize for the late reply.    Yes any form of infection can raise the white cell count. A repeat after treatment should show a drop back to mormal.  The wbc's are cells which fight gains bacteria

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

 

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