Pathological Anatomy

About the Observatory

The Pathological Anatomy Service is a central service that provides diagnoses based on the samples it receives and advises the different clinicians, oncological functional units and tumor committees of the hospital.

  • Update date: 01.01.2024

Head of Service

  • Victor Fumanal Orus

    hgh pathological anatomy (optional, adm and cytotechnical)

    head of specialized care service

Members
  • Eva Maria Fuentes Camps

    hgh pathological anatomy (optional, adm and cytotechnical)

    specialist doctor

  • Maria Pilar Machin Andreu

    hsjd pathological anatomy

    specialist doctor

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  • Update date: 01.01.2024

Units and benefits

  1. Clinical autopsies of adults and fetuses.
  2. Biopsies and surgical pieces.
  3. General cytology, cervicovaginal and PAAF (puncture-aspiration with a fine needle).

From these samples, the Service can carry out histochemical, immunohistochemical, ISH (in situ hybridization), IFD (direct immunofluorescence), PCR (polymerase chain reaction) and other molecular studies, to give prognostic and predictive factors to the treatment.

  • Update date: 01.01.2024

Diseases and procedures

  • Information about diseases or procedures Whenever a sample is received at the service, a report is made and sent to the corresponding clinician who must explain to the patient, in their clinical context, the implications of the diagnosis.

    Pathologists are always open to discussing diagnoses with doctors who need any clarification.

  • Update date: 01.01.2024

Research

The service participates and collaborates in various studies and trials with other hospital services and with other hospital centers.

  • Update date: 01.01.2024

The service welcomes, in practice, students from the higher degree training cycle for Pathological Anatomy technicians.

  • Update date: 01.01.2024