Dermatopathology – identifies pathology changes associated with skin diseases/abnormalities/infections by examination of the skin structure microscopically.
Immunofluorescene – provides immunological diagnoses of acquired blistering diseases using tissue biopsy and blood samples.
Mycology – identifies fungal infections of skin, hair, nails and mucous membranes by microscopy and culture.
Skin tumor unit – offers a molecular diagnostic service using PCR based techniques to identify clonal T cell and B cell populations to assist in the diagnosis of primary cutaneous T and B cell lymphomas.
Cotaneous allergy relevant to individuals – identifies potential allergens by extensively patch testing and photo patch testing.
Photodermatology – offers a diagnostic services of photodermatoses using the wide range of relevant light-based and molecular tests.