Pathologists Lancet Kenya offers a dedicated veterinary laboratory service offering precision medicine for your four-legged friends. We are leading the way in veterinary laboratory diagnostics for your companion animal through the use of state-of-the-art equipment specifically calibrated for veterinary use.
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Our Veterinary Haematology services provide a complete blood count for companion animals with a dedicated veterinary pathologist reviewing the results and offering smear review comments. This helps with the diagnosis and eventual management of a wide range of conditions such as anaemia, leukaemia, and blood parasites. We also offer coagulation profiles and bone marrow evaluations that give further information to your patient’s ailment.
With the help of our dedicated veterinary pathologist, we offer a wide range of chemistry profiles for your companion animal that check of organ function. Our veterinary pathologist offers useful comments in the reports and is always available for consultations related to your patient’s result. We offer all routine chemistry analytes that check of liver and kidney function, and specialised chemistry tests such as Lactate analysis, ammonia analysis to check on liver function, Fructosamine for confirmation of diabetes and monitoring of diabetic patients undergoing treatment, and Phenobarbitone levels for monitoring of patients on anti-epileptic medication. Other special chemistry services include analysis of urine and fluids (ascitic and pleural).
Our dedicated veterinary pathologist is trained in anatomical pathology and has many years of experience in the field of histopathology and cytology. We offer a unique diagnostic and consultative service on a number of veterinary tissue samples including biopsies and resection specimens. Availability of ancillary techniques like immunohistochemistry enable improving diagnostic accuracy. Our veterinary cytology services include examination of fluids such as pleural and ascitic fluid, cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). We also offer Fine-needle aspirate (FNA) cytology obtained from lumps and bumps all over your patient’s body.
Some common endocrine disorders seen in animals include diabetes mellitus, hypothyroidism, Cushing's disease, and reproductive disorders. Our veterinary endocrinology services provide a wide range of diagnostic services including thyroid testing, cortisol stimulation and suppression assessments, and reproductive hormone assays.
Our veterinary serology services offer a wide range of antibody and antigen assays to offer a confirmatory diagnosis of diseases affecting companion animals.