CYTOPATHOLOGY

Surgical Pathology

Surgical pathology is the study of tissues removed from living patients during surgery to help diagnose a disease and determine a treatment plan.

 

Often, the surgical pathologist provides consultation services in a wide variety of organ systems and medical subspecialties. Surgical pathologists provide diagnostic information and/or second opinions.

 

Pathologists are consulted to: 

  • Distinguish between benign (noncancerous) and malignant (cancerous) white blood cells

  • Detect early genetic changes that may result in cancer

  • Identify infectious agents in body tissues

 

Surgical pathology can be subdivided by organ system. Click on the blue-highlighted organ system below to get started. 

 

Surg Path Sub-Specialties

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BREAST

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ESOPHAGUS

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HEME PATH

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MOLECULAR

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PULMONARY PATH

COLON/INTESTINES

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GASTROINTESTINAL

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HEPATOBILIARY

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NEUROPATH

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SOFT TISSUE

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CYTOPATHOLOGY

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GENITOURINARY

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MICROBIOLOGY

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PANCREAS

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STOMACH

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