A wide range of tests
Bioptická laboratoř s.r.o. offers examinations of gynecological cytology (oncological and functional examination of smears from the cervix, vaginal, vulvar and endometrial mucosa) and non-gynecological cytology, biopsy, as well as complete biopsy service, immunohistochemical and molecular genetic testing for all surgical, dermatological, gastroenterological, ENT, gynecologic practices and hospitals. According to the amount of the examined biopsies, gynecological and non-gynecological cytologies, we are the largest bioptic and also cytological laboratory in the Czech Republic.
Screening of cervical CAAccreditation
Accreditation of Ministry of Health
Statistics of cytologyStatistics
Along with conventional cytology, we offer superior methodology for the evaluation of gynecologic cytology (ThinPrep PAP test) and for urine cytology (ThinPrep UROCYTE) based on the use of modern technology Liquid based cytology (LBC, cytology in a thin layer) in combination with attachment system of automatic digital image processing and automatic connection to microscopes (Imaging System).
Liquid based cytology (LBC)Leaflet
Handover of results and speed of execution
The results of all tests are handed over each week. Material for examination is transported directly from surgeries, at the expense of Bioptická laboratoř s.r.o., on agreed dates at least weekly, for hospital operations 2x a week in providing biopsies.
For operational approach of our clients to examination results, we operate the WebZis service. This service allows access to the results via the Internet. For details, refer to the "WebZis" web page.
We offer for free
In order to unify the methodology of collecting and processing of biological material, Bioptická laboratoř s.r.o. provides its clients with a free service and equipment for performing cytology and biopsy. The results of bioptic and cytological findings can be sent not only via the traditional paper accompanying documents, but also after an agreement, online. This means, it is not necessary to rewrite the findings manually into a computer.