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Terms of Use


Thank you so much for visiting the I Heart Pathology website! 

I am so glad you are here! I hope you find this website useful.


I gladly welcome any feedback or any suggestions.

Please take a moment to read the terms and conditions below.

The Purpose of 


I made this website while studying for the American Board of Pathology exams. By incorporating graphic design and my artistic side with the studying process, it encouraged me to actually want to study. I found that creating beautiful infographics based off "boring tables" helped me to really learn and retain the information more successfully. Thus, I made this website with the aim of creating a centralized, organized, easily-accessible resource for my own personal use. Given its utility, I wanted to share it with others.

This site is intended for the purpose of sharing knowledge and spreading the love of pathology with others.  It contains many graphics, tables and content adapted from a plethora of educational pathology reference books, journals, publications and websites. The information, including but not limited to, text, graphics, images and other material contained on this website are for informational purposes only. The purpose of this website is to promote broad consumer understanding and knowledge of various health topics. It is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment.

Why should I become a member?


Membership is free! By agreeing to become a member, you will have full access to all of the educational information provided. This includes:

  • Organized lectures (adapted from various pathology references)

  • Labeled histology images

  • High yield "no-fluff" information 

  • Tips for signing out

  • Templates

  • Grossing manuals

  • Quizzes

  • Interactive learning modules

That being said, there are a number of pages that are accessible by ANYONE and do not require membership for access.

Why do I have to become a member to see certain pages? 


Given the plethora of information collected from various sources,  I have chosen to make this information accessible by members only. While I try to personalize my notes as much as I can (i.e. take my own histology or gross image pictures, own wording, etc.), there are some entities that may not be frequently encountered or readily available at my institution. Thus, I may include images, tables or diagrams from various references in those circumstances. Special care has been taken to directly link or credit any source. If you believe any material on the site is not in compliance with the copyright laws, please contact me and I will promptly remedy the issueYour agreement to become a member acknowledges your understanding that the information provided is adapted from various pathology textbooks, journals, websites in an effort to make information more easily accessible in a centralized location.

What will you do with my information if I become a member? 

I respect the privacy of everyone who visits this site. This is an educational web site, and I use the e-mail addresses and names sent to me solely to provide assistance to the sender. I will never, and I mean NEVER, sell nor reveal your personal information to other parties. You may be given the opportunity to sign up for my email list (see below), but you don’t have to be on the list to view the information on this site.

Can I subscribe to your blog?

You can sign up for my free e-mail update list to make sure you know about the newest content; note that sending me a question through facebook, twitter or elsewhere does NOT enroll you in the e-mail subscription list. If you do sign up, you may unsubscribe at any time. I will not sell or share this list with anyone else.

Can I use your images?

All the images on this site, except as otherwise noted, are the intellectual property of IHeartPathology. You may use the content for individual educational use only. The images may not be modified, distributed, reproduced, published, posted, or sold in any form or by any means without prior permission. If you would like to use any images published on IHeartPathology, please contact me. I allow links to IHeartPathology from other sites; however, the link, when activated from the referring site, should display IHeartPathology on full-screen and not within a frame.

I have some great pathology resources I would like to share too. How can I send them to you?


As the motto goes, "Caring is sharing", or is it "Sharing is caring"? Either way, I always love seeing someone else with a passion for sharing resources and spreading their knowledge around. If you would like to contribute to the website, please email me at or message me on facebook or twitter.


Do you provide medical advice?

The content of this site is intended for individual, non-commercial, and educational use only by trained medical professionals. The information presented here does not constitute medical advice and does not establish doctor-patient relationship. If you are a patient looking for medical information pertaining to your specific condition, please contact your health care provider for advice. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition or treatment and before undertaking a new health care regimen, and never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this website. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information presented on this site. You agree to use the site at your own risk. Under no circumstances shall the owner of IHeartPathology be liable for any damages whatsoever arising as a result of or in connection with the use of this site. 

Thank you!

If you have any questions regarding this policy, please don’t hesitate to ask me!


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Tiffany M. Graham, M.D.




Tiffany M. Graham, M.D.



University of Alabama at Birmingham, PGY-4 Pathology Resident

Twitter: @HeartPathology


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