Histopathology tests

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Category: Tissue site
Breast: Breast capsule
Breast: Breast reduction (bilateral)
Breast: Breast reduction (unilateral)
Breast: Breast tissue
Breast: Cavity shavings
Breast: Core biopsy (1 specimen)
Breast: Core biopsy (2 specimens)
Breast: Core biopsy (3 specimens)
Breast: Core biopsy (4 specimens)
Breast: Lumpectomy
Breast: Mastecomy (simple) / wide local excision (wle)
Breast: Mastectomy + axillary clearance
Breast: Microdochectomy
Breast: Nipple
Breast: Sentinal nodes
Cardiac: Aorta
Cardiac: Cardiac biopsy
Cardiac: Cardiac tumour excision
Cardiac: Heart valves
Cardiac: Mediastinal tissue
Cardiac: Pericardium
Cardiac: Temporal artery biopsy
Endocrine: Adrenal
Endocrine: Parathyroid
Endocrine: Thyroid (lobe)
Endocrine: Thyroid (total)
ENT – Biopsy: Bronchial biopsy
ENT – Biopsy: Cholesteatoma
ENT – Biopsy: Dental cyst
ENT – Biopsy: Ear canal biopsy
ENT – Biopsy: Ear polyp
ENT – Biopsy: Epiglottis
ENT – Biopsy: Gingivial tissue
ENT – Biopsy: Laryngeal biopsy
ENT – Biopsy: Laryngeal nodule (bilateral)
ENT – Biopsy: Laryngeal nodule (unilateral)
ENT – Biopsy: Mandible biopsy
ENT – Biopsy: Maxillary mucosa
ENT – Biopsy: Mucocele
ENT – Biopsy: Nasal biopsy
ENT – Biopsy: Nasal polyps
ENT – Biopsy: Oral biopsy
ENT – Biopsy: Palatal biopsy
ENT – Biopsy: Pharyngeal biopsy
ENT – Biopsy: Pleural biopsy
ENT – Biopsy: Thyroid biopsy
ENT – Biopsy: Tongue biopsy
ENT – Biopsy: Tonsil biopsy
ENT – Biopsy: Tonsil (1 specimen)
ENT – Biopsy: Tonsils (2 specimens)
ENT – Biopsy: Uvelectomy
ENT – Biopsy: Vocal chords
ENT – Resections: Glossectomy
ENT – Resections: Laryngectomy
ENT – Resections: Maxillectomy
ENT – Resections: Neck dissection
ENT – Resections: Neck dissection (bilateral)
ENT – Resections: Parotidectomy
ENT – Resections: Partial thyroidectomy
ENT – Resections: Pharyngectomy
ENT – Resections: Rhinectomy
ENT – Resections: Submandibular gland – excision
ENT – Resections: Thyroglossal cyst
GI Endoscopic – Biopsy: Bile duct biopsy
GI Endoscopic – Biopsy: Colonic polyp
GI Endoscopic – Biopsy: Endoscopic biopsy (1 specimen)
GI Endoscopic – Biopsy: Endoscopic biopsy (2 specimens)
GI Endoscopic – Biopsy: Endoscopic biopsy (3 specimens)
GI Endoscopic – Biopsy: Endoscopic biopsy (4 specimens)
GI Endoscopic – Biopsy: Endoscopic biopsy (5 specimens)
GI Endoscopic – Biopsy: Endoscopic biopsy (6 specimens)
GI Endoscopic – Biopsy: Endoscopic biopsy (7 specimens)
GI Endoscopic – Biopsy: Endoscopic biopsy (8 specimens)
GI Endoscopic – Biopsy: Endoscopic biopsy (9 specimens)
GI Endoscopic – Biopsy: Endoscopic biopsy (10-15 specimens)
GI Endoscopic – Biopsy: Liver biopsy – medical
GI Endoscopic – Biopsy: Liver biopsy – tumour
GI Endoscopic – Biopsy: Omental biopsy
GI Endoscopic – Biopsy: Pancreatic biopsy
GI Endoscopic – Biopsy: Perianal biopsy
GI-Resection – Small: Anal fistula
GI-Resection – Small: Appendix
GI-Resection – Small: Endo mucosal resection (emr / esd)
GI-Resection – Small: Gallbladder
GI-Resection – Small: Haemorrhoidectomy
GI-Resection – Small: Hernia sac
GI-Resection – Small: Meckel’s diverticulum
GI-Resection – Small: Mesentery
GI-Resection – Small: Perianal biopsy / warts
GI-Resection – Small: Pilonidal sinus
GI-Resection – Small: Polypectomy
GI-Resection – Small: Umbilical lesion
GI Resection – Large: Biliary resection
GI Resection – Large: Colon
GI Resection – Large: Distal pancreatectomy
GI Resection – Large: Gastrectomy
GI Resection – Large: Gastric wedge resection
GI Resection – Large: Ileoanal pouch resection
GI Resection – Large: Ileostomy
GI Resection – Large: Ileum
GI Resection – Large: Large bowel resection – benign / malignant
GI Resection – Large: Liver wedge resection
GI Resection – Large: Oesophagectomy
GI Resection – Large: Partial hepatectomy
GI Resection – Large: Small bowel resection – benign / malignant
GI Resection – Large: Whipple’s procedure / pancreatectoduodenectomy
Gynaecology: Cervical biopsy
Gynaecology: Cervical polyp
Gynaecology: Cervix
Gynaecology: Curettings – endocervical
Gynaecology: Curettings – endometial
Gynaecology: Endometrial biopsy
Gynaecology: Endometrial pipelle
Gynaecology: Endometrial polyp
Gynaecology: Fallopian tube
Gynaecology: Fibroids
Gynaecology: Fimbrial cyst
Gynaecology: Lletz and / or cone biopsy
Gynaecology: Mastoid
Gynaecology: Ovarian biopsy
Gynaecology: Ovarian cyst
Gynaecology: Ovarian pipelle
Gynaecology: Ovaries (bilateral)
Gynaecology: Ovary (unilateral)
Gynaecology: Ovary and tube (unilateral)
Gynaecology: Ovary and tube (bilateral)
Gynaecology: Pelvic mass
Gynaecology: Peritoneal biopsy
Gynaecology: Placenta
Gynaecology: Pouch of douglas
Gynaecology: Products of conception
Gynaecology: Uterine polyp
Gynaecology: Uterus
Gynaecology: Uterus and cervix
Gynaecology: Uterus, tubes and ovaries
Gynaecology: Vulval biopsy
Haemato-Oncology: Bone marrow
Haemato-Oncology: Lymph node
Haemato-Oncology: Lymph node (lymphoma)
Haemato-Oncology: Lymph node (metastatic disease)
Haemato-Oncology: Spleen
Haemato-Oncology: Thymus
Lung – Biopsy: Lung biopsy
Lung – Resections: Lung lesion small wedge resection
Lung – Resections: Lung resection
Lung – Resections: Lung tumour resection +/- nodes
Neurosurgery: Brain biopsy
Neurosurgery: Brain resection
Neurosurgery: Muscle biopsy
Neurosurgery: Pituitary gland – resection
Neurosurgery: Spinal tumour biopsy
Neurosurgery: Spinal tumour resection
Neurosurgery: Vertebrea
Opthalmic: Conjunctival biopsy
Opthalmic: Cornea
Opthalmic: Globe / removal of eye
Opthalmic: Lacrimal gland biopsy / excision
Opthalmic: Orbit contents of eye
Orthopaedic: Bone biopsy
Orthopaedic: Bone currettings
Orthopaedic: Bursa
Orthopaedic: Duputrenes contracture
Orthopaedic: Femoral head resection
Orthopaedic: Ganglion cyst
Orthopaedic: Joint resurfacing / redo prosthesis capsule
Orthopaedic: Neuroma
Orthopaedic: Synovial biopsy
Orthopaedic: Tendon
Skin and Soft Tissue: Abscess
Skin and Soft Tissue: Alopecia biopsies
Skin and Soft Tissue: Cyst excision
Skin and Soft Tissue: Fossa
Skin and Soft Tissue: Granuloma
Skin and Soft Tissue: Lipoma
Skin and Soft Tissue: Skin excision bcc / scc
Skin and Soft Tissue: Nail
Skin and Soft Tissue: Pilonidal sinus
Skin and Soft Tissue: Sentinel nodes in skin cancer (melanoma)
Skin and Soft Tissue: Skin biopsy (1 specimen)
Skin and Soft Tissue: Skin biopsy (2 specimens)
Skin and Soft Tissue: Skin biopsy (3 specimens)
Skin and Soft Tissue: Skin biopsy (4 specimens)
Skin and Soft Tissue: Skin biopsy (5 specimens)
Skin and Soft Tissue: Skin biopsy (6 specimens)
Skin and Soft Tissue: Skin biopsy (7 specimens)
Skin and Soft Tissue: Skin biopsy (8 specimens)
Skin and Soft Tissue: Skin biopsy (9 specimens)
Skin and Soft Tissue: Skin biopsy (10 specimens)
Skin and Soft Tissue: Skin biopsy (11-15 specimens)
Skin and Soft Tissue: Soft tissue tumour biopsy
Skin and Soft Tissue: Soft tissue tumour resection
Urology – Biopsy: Bladder biopsy
Urology – Biopsy: Core biopsy (urology)
Urology – Biopsy: Hydrocele
Urology – Biopsy: Penile biopsy
Urology – Biopsy: Prostate biopsy
Urology – Biopsy: Prostate biopsies x 2
Urology – Biopsy: Prostate biopsies x 3
Urology – Biopsy: Prostate biopsies x 4
Urology – Biopsy: Prostate biopsies x 5
Urology – Biopsy: Prostate biopsies x 6
Urology – Biopsy: Prostate biopsies x 7
Urology – Biopsy: Prostate biopsies x 8
Urology – Biopsy: Prostate biopsies x 9
Urology – Biopsy: Prostate biopsies x 10-12
Urology – Biopsy: Testicular biopsy (bilateral)
Urology – Biopsy: Testicular biopsy (unilateral)
Urology – Biopsy: Urethral biopsy
Urology – Biopsy: Vasectomy
Urology – Resection: Cystoprostatectomy
Urology – Resection: Epididymis
Urology – Resection: Foreskin / circumcision
Urology – Resection: Nephrectomy / kidney
Urology – Resection: Prostatectomy
Urology – Resection: Radical cystectomy
Urology – Resection: Testis
Urology – Resection: TURBT (dependent on number of blocks)
Urology – Resection: TURP (dependent on number of blocks)