Laboratory Medicine - Introducing diagnostic operations

12 diagnostic units of Laboratory Medicine (LM) (covering clinical chemistry, immunochemistry, laboratory immunology, endocrinology, hematology and urine analysis, hemostasis, flow cytometry, molecular genetics, molecular oncology, chromatography, and andrology) provide a wide range of reliable, controlled and controllable laboratory service with cutting edge automated information systems. LM provides interactive laboratory services focusing on clinical consultation, responding quickly and efficiently to problems raised by clinicians. They issue interpretative lab reports in the following cases: congenital malformations, malignant hematological conditions, immunological disorders, molecular and special hemostasis tests, analysis of red blood cell abnormalities.

Last update: 2022. 03. 01. 13:10