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Clinical Services Overview
Surgical Pathology Overview
Surgical Pathology Subspecialties
Advanced Diagnostic Modalities
Center for Integrated Diagnostics (CID)
In addition to our own patients, the Gastrointestinal (GI) Unit provides consultation services for patients not formally affiliated with the Massachusetts General Hospital. The group oversees a large endoscopic volume, numerous hepatic biopsies and a large volume of resections of the gastrointestinal, hepatic, and pancreaticobiliary systems in adults and children.
The Gastrointestinal Pathology subspecialty unit of Surgical Pathology at Massachusetts General Hospital processes and delivers diagnoses for approximately 15,000 specimens per year. These include inpatient biopsies, endoscopic resections, EUS-FNA specimens and resections of the entire gastrointestinal, hepatic and pancreaticobiliary systems. In addition, the unit renders second-opinion (consultation) diagnoses on over 500 cases per year.
Academic and Research Accomplishments
For detailed information regarding specific research interests and links to Pubmed, see individual faculty pages (listed above under Faculty).
Teaching and Educational Activities
The GI Pathology service supports numerous teaching and educational activities within Massachusetts General Hospital, at the Harvard Medical School and at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Residency (Pathology and GI Clinical fellowship)
Medical and Graduate Students
Invited Major Lectures
Numerous invited lectures have been given by members of the GI Pathology Service in both national and international venues.
Members of the GI Pathology Service serve actively on several National and International Committees, including:
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