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Anatomical Pathology Department

 

DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMICAL PATHOLOGY



Anatomical Pathology
Refers to a branch of medical science that supports the diagnosis of a disease, by doing specimen analysis (fluid, cell, tissue, organ) from a biopsy or a fine needle biopsy as well as surgery.
 

Brief History

Based on the Decree of the Minister of Health Number 134 year 1978, Rumah Sakit Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo is established as a national hospital, providing specialistic and sub/superspecialistic services. One of the requirements for this is an anatomical pathology unit to provide anatomical pathology services.
In 1981, after numerous dialogues and discussions between the board of directors of RSCM and leaders of the University of Indonesia Medical School (FKUI), it was agreed that the Anatomical Pathology Department of FKUI, along with its long-relationship with RSCM, would be officially integrated to the Anatomical Pathology Department of RSCM, and later would be known as the Anatomical Pathology Unit. Despite the fact that this agreement was not written on paper, the date when the Ministry of Health, dr. Suwardjono Surjaningrat, inspected the Anatomical Pathology Unit on the RSCM anniversary celebration on 26 November 1981 was declared as the inauguration date of this Unit.


Heads of Unit from time to time

1928 – 1942 : Comelis Bonne
1943 – 1945 : Sutomo Tjokronegoro
1946 – 1949 : Sutomo Tjokronegoro (PTKRI)
1946 – 1947 : Comelis Bonne and M. Straub (Universitas van Indonesie)
1947 – 1949 : Gerrit Bras, Pj. Kep. (Universitas van Indonesie)
1950 : Gerrit Bras
1951 – 1969 : Sutomo Tjokronegoro
1969 – 1973 : Rukmono
1973 – 1984 : Suminto Setyawan Brotoprawiro
1985 – 1989 : Sutisna Himawan
1990 – 1998 : Achmad Tjarta
1999 – 2007 : Mpu Kanoko
2008 – 2012 : Endang Sri Roostini Hardjolukito
2013 – Present : Diah Rini Handjari

 


Vision of the Department of Anatomical Pathology
The department of anatomical pathology RSCM/FKUI as the prominent centre of excellence in services, education, and researches (infinite experience) in Asia Pacific.

Missions of the Department of Anatomical Pathology

  • To provide an international quality and a professional yet comprehensive anatomical pathology services in delivering health services at RSCM and other teaching hospital, as well as to become the top referral for pathology services.
  • To provide a competence-based-international standard pathology education and to create a high quality graduates in order to improve the society health status.
  • To ensure an international quality pathology researches and to create sophisticated researchers in order to improve medical science and technology.
  • Actively involved in establishing national pathology education curricullum.
  • To create a professional management system on all department activities.

 

Divisi

Division I

: Cardiovascular system, respiratory system, urogenital system, as well as head and neckpathology.

Division II

: Gastrointestinal system, hepatic and billiary system, pancreas, oral and salivary glandspathology.

Division III

: Obstetric and gynaecologic pathology.

Division IV

: Hematolymphoid system, endocrine, and breastpathology.

Division V

: Soft tissue, bone, skin, central and peripheral nervus systems, as well as eyepathology

Division VI

: Cytopathology

 

Services

 

I Academic
 
  • University graduate
  • Biomedic postgraduate education
  • First degree specialist education
  • Consultant education
  • Research and development
  • Experimental pathology laboratorium
II Diagnostic services
  Histopathologic service:
  1. Frozen section; intraoperative diagnostic service to help instant diagnosis during surgery.
  2. Tissue examination using Hematoxillin–Eosin staining; routine examination performed as diagnostic procedure.

Cytopathologic service:
  1. Fine needle aspiration biopsy/FNAB clinic: a sampling method using fine needle.
  2. Cell/fluid cytology examination: bronchial/sputum/pleura/urine/ascites fluid brush, etc.
  3. Cytology-gynaecologic examination usiang conventional Pap-smear method and liquid-based-Pap smear.

Histochemistry service:
Refers to tissue inspections using simple special staining in order to detect the substances contained within the tissue.  Example: Ziehl Neelsen (to detect acid-fast-bacilli), Masson trichrome (to detect collagen and muscle tissue), etc.

Immunohistochemistry service:
Refers to a tissue inspection using antigen-antibody technique specific for each tissue, in order to determine the source and the type of a tumor, and as a target therapy, i.e estrogen receptor examination, progesterone receptor and HER2 on breast cancer, CD 117/C-KIT in Gastro Intestinal Stromal Tumor (GIST), CD 20 in type B cell lymphoma malignum etc

Mollecular pathology service:
Currently we are able to perform Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) genotyping to detect the 33 types of HPV. These HPV can be divided into High Risk and Low Risk groups, based on their probability to cause cancer

 

Doctors

dr. Vera DamayantiYoewono, Sp.PA(K)

Member of Gastrointestinal system, hepatic and billiary system, pancreas, oral and salivary glands pathology division

 

dr. MariniStephanie, Sp.PA

Member of Gastrointestinal system, hepatic and billiary system, pancreas, oral and salivary glands pathology division

 

dr. Budiningsih Siregar, MS, Sp.PA(K)

Head of Obstetric-GynecologicPathology division

 

dr. EmilTaufik, Sp.PA(K)

Member of Obstetric and gynaecologic pathology division

 

dr. Hartono Tjahjadi, SpPA

Member of Obstetric and gynaecologic pathology division

 

Dr. dr. PrimariadewiRustamadji, MM, Sp.PA(K)

Member of Obstetric and gynaecologic pathology division

 

dr. BenyaminMakes, Sp.PA(K)

Head of Endocrine, hematolymphoid system, breast, and spinal cordpathology division

 

dr. Endang SR. Hardjolukito, MS., Sp.PA(K)

Member of Endocrine, hematolymphoid system, breast, and spinal cord pathology division

 

dr. Maria Fransisca Ham, PhD., Sp.PA

Member of Endocrine, hematolymphoid system, breast, and spinal cord pathology division

 

Dr. dr. Primariadewi Rustamadji, MM, Sp.PA(K)

Member of Endocrine, hematolymphoid system, breast, and spinal cord pathology division

 

dr. Agnes Stephanie Harahap, Sp.PA

Member of Endocrine, hematolymphoid system, breast, and spinal cord pathology division

 

dr. Nurjati C. Siregar, MS, PhD, Sp.PA(K)

Head of Soft tissue, bone, skin, eye, nervous system pathology division

 

Prof. dr. Mpu Kanoko S., PhD, Sp.PA(K)

Member of  Soft tissue, bone, skin, eye, nervous system pathology division

 

Prof. dr. Saukani Gumay, Sp.PA(K)

Member of Soft tissue, bone, skin, eye, nervous system pathology division

 

dr. Esti DS. Soetrisno B.,Sp.PA(K)

Member of Soft tissue, bone, skin, eye, nervous system pathology division

 

dr. Evelina, Sp.PA

Member of Soft tissue, bone, skin, eye, nervous system pathology division

 

dr. Riesye Arisanty, Sp.PA

Member of Soft tissue, bone, skin, eye, nervous system pathology division

 

dr. Lisnawati, Sp.PA(K)

Head of Cytologydivision

 

dr. Rahmiati, Sp.PA(K)

Member of  Cytologydivision

 

dr. Chairil Hamdani, Sp.PA(K)

Member of  Cytologydivision

 

dr. Sutjahjo Endarjo, MSC., Sp.PA(K)

Member of  Cytologydivision

 

dr. Marini Stephanie, Sp.PA

Member of  Cytologydivision

 

 

Contact us

Department of Anatomical pathology
Faculty of Medicine, University of Indonesia / RSUPN Dr. CIPTO MANGUNKUSUMO
Jl. Diponegoro no 71 TROMOLPOS 1086, Jakarta 10430
Telp. (021) 31930487
Fax. ( 021) 31934465