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IHeartPathology.net is a website designed by pathology resident, Tiffany M. Graham, M.D., with the aim of spreading her knowledge and passion for pathology with others.

 

 

The aim is to serve as a one-stop-shop for all your pathology resources including on-call questions, downloadable templates for each rotation, tips on how to nail a particular subject along with plenty of other pathology tidbits of information. 

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- ANATOMICAL PATHOLOGY TOPICS -

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BREAST

PATHOLOGY

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GENITOURINARY

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CYTOLOGIC

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NEURO-

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GASTROINTESTINAL

PATHOLOGY

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APHERESIS

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MICROBIOLOGY

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Haematology

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Surgical Pathology (commonly referred to as "Surg Path") is the "meat" of the pathology field. Here, the pathology lab receives any specimen sent from the OR or clinician.  Examples include biopsies, tumor resections, excisions etc.

 

The tissue is then "grossed" (examined & sectioned through) looking for any lesions. Representative sections (or the entire specimen) are submitted then made into a microscope slide for pathologists to examine.

 

Pathologists are able to make a diagnosis based on a combination of the clinical history, what they see at the microscope and the results of any special tests (such as stains or molecular testing).  The final pathology report is then created and sent to the clinician/patient. 

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These posts contain high yield information collected from various educational resources including textbooks, journal articles, educational websites and more. They are intended for educational use only and should NOT be taken as medical advice. I strongly believe the spreading of knowledge and depth of learned information should be encouraged in today's society rather than coveted. Membership is required to view these posts  and should be used solely for educational purposes only.