What is aspiration cytology?

BACKGROUND: Fine Needle Aspiration Cytology (FNAC) is a simple, quick and inexpensive method that is used to sample superficial masses like those found in the neck and is usually performed in the outpatient clinic. It causes minimal trauma to the patient and carries virtually no risk of complications.
What is an aspiration procedure?

Fine needle aspiration is a type of biopsyprocedure. In fine needle aspiration, a thin needle is inserted into an area of abnormal-appearing tissue or body fluid. As with other types of biopsies, the sample collected during fine needle aspiration can help make a diagnosis or rule out conditions such as cancer.
Non aspiration Cytopatho
Non aspiration Cyto path focuses on microscopically analysing exfoliated cells from body epithelial surfaces and in body fluids like as cites and pleural effusion

Gynaecologic Cytopathology

Non-Gynaecologic Cytopathology

Fine needle aspiration