Department of Pathology

Department of General Pathology

The department of Pathology at SGT University established in 2010 , headed by Dr. (Prof) Uma Sharma, is at the forefront of teaching the principles & art of Pathology to the undergraduates and postgraduate students , with latest equipments providing around the clock diagnosis.

The department is providing various sub specialties – Hematology, Cytology ,Clinical pathology & Histopathlogy,

The Pathology Laboratory is open from 9 am to 4 pm for all available tests 6 days a week & the emergency pathology lab is from 4pm to 9 am.

 

OPD:

 

Location Timing
First floor Emergency sevices

Room No. G6

9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

4:00 PM – 9:00 AM

 

The department provides emergency care for emergencies round the clock.

Faculty

  1. (Prof) Uma Sharma, Professor & HOD
  2. (Prof) Sunil Arora, Professor
  3. Sweta, MBBS, Associate Professor
  4. Irbinder Kour Bali, Assistant Professor
  5. Raj kumar Gupta, Assistant Professor
  6. Prachi Arun, Assistant Professor
  7. Sapna Goel, Assistant Professor

Post Graduates 3rd Year

  1. Dr. Neelaksh Koul

2nd Year

  1. Faizah
  2. Anu
  3. Vani
  4. Aparajita
  5. Bhanu Sharma

1st Year

  1. Munesh
  2. Pooja
  3. Shivangi
  4. Shilpi

 

v  Hematology

  • Haemogram
  • Peripheral blood smears
  • Reticulocyte count
  • Blood smears for hemoparasite
  • Absolute Eosionophil count
  • BT
  • CT
  • PT
  • APTT
  • Blood group
  • LE Cell
  • ESR
  • PT INR
  • Bone Marrow Examination

 

v  CLINICAL PATHOLOGY

 

 

Urine Examination

 

URINE ROUTINE SPECIAL TEST
Physical examination Urobilinogen
Chemical examination Porphobilinogen
Microscopic examination B-J Protein
Occult blood
UPT

Semen Analysis

  • Physical examination
  1. Quantity
  2. Liquefaction
  • Ph
  • Microscopic examination
  1. Total sperm count
  2. Active motile
  • Sluggish
  1. Non motile
  2. Pus cells

v  CYTOPATHOLOGY

  • Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology
  • Papanicolaou (Pap) test
  • Cytology of Body fluids

v  HISTOPATHOLOGY

  • Grossing
  • Microscopic examination

 

  • Special stain
  • IHC (Immunohistochemistry)

v  Protocol for emergency lab test (04pm to 09am)

  1. Hematology
    1. CBC
    2. BT/CT
  • Platelet count
  1. PT INR
  1. Clinical Pathology & Cytology
    1. CSF
    2. Pleural fluid
  • Ascitic fluid
  1. Urine R/M
  2. UPT
  3. Urine for ketone bodies
  1. Biochemistry
    1. CPK MB
    2. B/Urea, Serum creatine
  • Bilirubin
  1. SGOT/SGPT
  2. Blood sugar random
  3. Serum electrolytes
  • Fluid biochemistry
    1. CSF
    2. Ascitic
    3. Pleural
  1. Microbiology
    1. Dengue test
    2. Chikungunya
  • MP antigen
  1. HBSAg
  2. HIV
  3. HCV

 

 

 

 

 

Postgraduate Training Programme Schedule for MD Pathology

 

1 Rotational posting (1-3) Histopathology, Cytology, Clinical Pathology, Blood Bank, Biochemistry & Microbiology, Museum.

(Posting as per MCI guidelines)

2 Daily discussion of slides during signing out
3 15 days posting for performing routine stains Histochemistry IHC
4 Discussion of cases with complete workup

 

5 CPC Monthly
6 Attending & Participating CME Conferences Seminars
7 Journal club Weekly
8 Autopsy
9 Research Presentation Every quarter
10 For Each student Paper, Oral, Poster Presentation (one each)
11 Log book for daily work
12 Teaching    &    training    of

U.G. Students

Practical/Tutorial Weekly
Lecture As allotted
13 Practical Assessment exam at the end of each posting
14 Theory assessment test every 03 months

 

  • The total period of assignments/Postings is for 35

 

Major Departmental Activites in the year 2018-19

CME ON TUMOR PATHOLOGY – AN UPDATE 16TH April 2018

 

Guest Speaker

 

Name Designation & Address Topic
Dr. AK Mandal Director Professor & HOD, BR Ambedkar Medical College, Rohini, Delhi Understanding Immunohistochemistry (IHC) & Its Interpretation
Brig (Dr) Kavita Sahai Dept of Pathology and Lab Sciences, Army Hospital (R &R), Delhi Cantt Role of IHC and Molecular Techniques in Diagnosis of Lung Tumours
Col (Dr) KS Rajmohan Senior Advisor & HOD Dept of Pathology, Base

Hospital, Delhi Cantt

WHO 2016” Classification & Diagnosis of Gliomas

IHC Workshops –

Hands on experience workshop 26th October 2018 Time: 10 am onwards

 

CME 2019

12th annual conference and CME of HAPPCON organized jointly by SGT Medical College & AAP Haryana, on 24th Nov. 2019 (Sunday).

 

Name Designation & Address Topic
Dr Tejinder Singh Ex- Director Professor & Head Hematology, Department of Pathology MAMC New Delhi, Presently Senior Consultant Hematology & surgical pathology at Oncquest Laboratory LTD MAMC New

Delhi

Recent Advances in Multiple Myeloma

 

Dr. Nita Khurana Director Professor & Head Department of Pathology MAMC New Delhi Molecular classification of carcinoma breast
Dr. Sachin Kolte Professor department of Pathology VMMC & Safdarjung Hospital New

Delhi

Interpretation of lung biopsies in context of newer classification.
ADMISSIONS 2020