Current Break thoughts in Obstetrics Gynecology

Current Break thoughts in Obstetrics Gynecology has come a long way since its extensive applications in the field of medical sciences from 1950’s and maybe even before that. Obstetrics Gynaecology  has come up with developments in the recent times. Innovations such as immunohistochemistry, tissue pathways and molecular have opened up path-breaking arenas in terms of Obstetrics gynaecology. Molecular pathology is emerging as an important discipline in current breakthroughs which is focussing on the study of diseases by examining molecules, tissue fluids and bodily fluids. Nowadays cancers like breast and ovarian cancer can be detected by examining the fluids rather than opting for biopsy. Immunohistochemistry on the other hand plays an important role in the differential diagnosis of gynaecological lesions.

•     Immunohistochemistry in Obstetrics Gynecology

•     Molecular studies in gynaecologic tumours

•     Tissue pathways for Obstetrics Gynecology

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