Dr. Imran Mirza


Cleveland Clinic, Abu Dhabi - United Arab Emirates

  • Dr. Imran Mirza is an experienced and renowned Pathologist in UAE.
  • Currently serving as the Chief of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine Institute at Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi.
  • Dr. Imran Mirza was the Founding Chair of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine Institute (PLMI) at Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi (CCAD), where he led a remarkable team of caregivers providing Anatomical and Clinical Pathology services.
  • Dr. Mirza is a graduate of the University of Punjab in Pakistan and George Washington University in the US and has served as a resident in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology at Yale University-affiliated program and did his fellowship in Hematopathology at Cleveland Clinic.
  • Dr. Mirza is certified Laboratory Medical Director by CAP and also holds certification in Lab Management by American Association of Clinical Chemistry.
  • He has been a CAP inspector for 15 years and a certified internal auditor for ISO 15189 standards.
  • He also holds a yellow belt in Lean Six Sigma for continuous improvement.

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  • Graduate of Rawalpindi Medical College, University of The Punjab, Pakistan
  • Post-Graduate of George Washington University, USA.
  • Trained in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology at a Yale University affiliated program in USA
  • Fellowship in Hematopathology at Cleveland Clinic, Ohio, USA.
  • Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Canada.



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Blood Tests treatments abroad,

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The diagnostic x-ray also called Radiography is a method of taking pictures of the insides of the body. The diagnostic x-ray machine focuses a low range of radiation onto the specific area of the body that is needed to be examined, this radiation passes through the body while making an image on the computer or the film. The equipment used, technician, and procedure are varied for each and every type of diagnostic x-ray. Despite the differences, all the diagnostic x-ray procedures are extremely v

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Full Body CT Scan treatments abroad,

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PET CT Scan is defined as Positron Emission Tomography. PET CT Scan is advised to look for systemic diseases. It is a form of imaging diagnostic that is done to look for complex diseases in the human body.  A radioactive material is used that is injected into the vein of the patient, the organs are thus visualized under a PET CT scanner for any abnormality and proper functioning. The organ gets highlighted and thus it is easy to look into the scanner regarding any disease or abnormality

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The positron emission tomography scan popularly known as PET scan is a procedure where the images of the issues are taken and studied to see the proper functioning of the organ. In the PET scan, a radioactive drug is used to see the activity. The positron emission tomography scan can detect the diseases in an organ much before any other scan could identify them. The radio-active drug named tracer is either injected or inhaled or swallowed completely based on the organ that is being scanned in th

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