Anatomic/Surgical Services

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Anatomic/Surgical Services

The Department of Anatomic/Surgical Pathology is responsible for examination and interpretation of anatomic pathology specimens consisting of tissue and body fluids. Department faculty subspecialize in the disciplines of Surgical Pathology, Cytopathology and Autopsy Pathology. The Department processes and interprets over 33,000 surgical pathology specimens per year, a reflection of 9 percent year-over-year growth; 12,500 cytology accessions and 2,500 bone marrow accessions per year. Cases are triaged to over 20 subspecialty teams for examination and diagnosis. Brain and Biospecimen Shared tissue laboratories with the University of Kansas Cancer Center provide ongoing research towards the development of new and improved treatment modalities.

Our innovative multidisciplinary approach towards the treatment of cancer brings together many specialists, including pathologists, medical oncologists, hematologists, radiation oncologists and surgeons, all leaders in their respective fields. Our superb pathologists are critical partners in the team that works closely with other physicians to provide you with the latest advances in preventiondiagnosistreatment and research.

Our expert breast pathology team handles over 2000 pathology cases per year.  Our department is one of the largest referral centers in the Midwest for patients with diseases of the breast. The program provides a comprehensive state of the art diagnostic services including consultations, immunohistochemical studies, prognostic markers studies and other sophisticated molecular studies. In addition, our pathologists are actively involved in national and international studies in collaboration with other investigators.

Last modified: Sep 26, 2016
Grand Rounds

Pathology & Laboratory Medicine Grand Rounds series, AY2018

February 5, 2018

"The 2016 Revision of the WHO Classification of Central Nervous System Tumors: Major Changes, Their Clinical Importance and Implications for the Practice of Surgical Pathology in the Near Future"

Douglas C. Miller, MD, PhD, Clinical Professor, Department of Pathology & Anatomical Sciences, University of Missouri School of Medicine, Columbia, MO

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