Pathology tests

Pathology tests involve the laboratory testing of blood, body fluids and tissues. Blood tests, urine tests and stool (or faeces) tests are more common types of pathology tests.

The best choice of pathology tests and when to use a test depends on your individual circumstances. Find out more about different pathology tests and when they are used:

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