Clinical Specialties

Anatomic Pathology

Our anatomic pathologists play a vital role in the study and treatment of disease. Concerned with the diagnosis of disease based on the macroscopic, microscopic, biochemical, immunological and molecular examination of organs and tissues, our faculty work with the clinical and surgical departments to diagnose and treat patients.

We offer a full range of specialties in Anatomic Pathology provided by pathologists with advanced training in the following areas:

Anatomic Pathology Services

We offer a robust autopsy service, including the ability to perform complete autopsies, brain only (in dementia cases), limited or restricted, and pediatric autopsies. We also accept organ- or disease-specific referrals for difficult diagnostic problems.

Learn more.

We offer expert cytologic interpretation and consultation of gynecological, non-gynecological, and fine needle aspiration (FNA) specimens with the ultimate goal of attaining the most accurate and complete diagnosis possible.

Learn more.

This branch of pathology studies abnormalities of red blood cells, leukocytes, and platelets, as well as the organs where these cells originate and reside.

Learn more.

 

Director

Thomas N. Krausz, MD

Professor of Pathology
Professor of Medicine