Anatomic Pathology Consultation Services

The UT Southwestern Anatomic Pathology Laboratory provides world-recognized expertise in Surgical Pathology and Cytopathology consultation. Our pathologists accept traditional glass slide second opinion consultations or digitally scanned whole slides.

Digital consults may be submitted to UT Southwestern Pathology by contacting George John, george.john@utsouthwestern.edu, or Ming Zhou, M.D., Ph.D., Ming.Zhou@utsouthwestern.edu, to set up an account.

The following features have been incorporated into our consult service to better serve our consulting physicians:

  • Broad expertise in virtually all specialties
  • Direct line to responsive central receptionist to handle inquiries
  • Prompt response
    • Automatic faxed notification that cases have been received
    • Two-to-three-day turnaround on cases not requiring additional studies
    • Reports automatically faxed and hard copies sent when case is signed out
  • Automatic return of all slides and paraffin blocks, by Federal Express, unless permission granted by consulting physician

To send consult slides/material:

Please send all material (slides/blocks) along with a copy of your pathology reports and patient insurance information to:

APCR
William P. Clements Jr. University Hospital
Department of Pathology
6201 Harry Hines Blvd, Suite UH04.233
Dallas, TX 75390-9073
 

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Contact us:

George John
214-633-6449
George.john@utsouthwestern.edu

Ming Zhou, M.D., Ph.D.
Director, Anatomic Pathology
214-633-7280
Ming.Zhou@utsouthwestern.edu

Direct line
214-633-6449
214-633-4100

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Consultation Directory

Autopsy

Bone/Soft Tissue Pathology

Breast Pathology

Cardiac Pathology

Cytopathology

Dermatopathology

Gastrointestinal/ Liver Pancreatobiliary

Gynecological Pathology

Head & Neck/Endocrine Pathology

Hematopathology and Flow Cytometry

Infectious Disease

Kidney Pathology

Neuromuscular Pathology

Neuropathology

Pediatric and Perinatal  Pathology

Pulmonary Pathology and Thoracic Pathology

Urologic Pathology

Other cases

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