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When your doctor needs objective information about your health, he or she will usually order tests.
Pathologists and laboratory staff members in the Pathology department conduct many tests — on tissues, blood, and other body fluids — and interpret the results.
Pathologists are physicians who undergo several years of additional specialized training, after earning their medical degrees, to learn how to diagnose disease.
Our experienced team of specialized pathologists work to find answers for you and your doctor through:
The pathologists in our laboratory are among the best in the country; you can be confident in our expertise.
If you're waiting for test results or have a question for your doctor, sign in to UPMC HealthTrak. HealthTrak is a secure, interactive tool that lets you manage your health care results online.
Disclaimer: This website is designed to help you understand lab test results, tissue biopsy diagnoses, and general aspects of the medical discipline of pathology. The information provided here is not intended to offer specific recommendations about therapy; any treatment plans should be discussed with your primary care physician (PCP).
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