Cutting edge pathology

Quality Care

Quality care starts and ends in the clinic.  We make life easier for our patient-facing colleagues by supplying them with novel tissue collection devices to cut down operation times and increase tissue yield for pathology analysis.  More tissue = a more accurate diagnosis.

Fast Results

We leverage a complete end-to-end digital platform (powered by LUMEA) to cut turnaround times to as little as a few days.  As soon as a diagnosis is made, a report will be finalized and will appear in clinic emails and EMR systems.


Our digital pathology platform not only protects patient information, it also safeguards against human mislabeling errors and tracks patients’ tissue from clinic, through laboratory processing, and on to the final diagnosis.

Increase Cancer Detection Rates*

Our pathology lab uses the LUMEA BxChip to increase tissue yield.  More Tissue = More Accurate Diagnosis.

*Wojno K, Al-Jundi R, Mazurco A, Hamzawy HA. Mp 16-19 BxChip™ Clinical tissue array increases cancer detection rate & amount of tissue available for pathologist review.  The Journal of Urology. 2016; 195(4). doi:10.1016/j.juro.2016.02.2584

Reduce Operation Prep Time

We provide clinics with unique tissue collection tools that facilitate new clinical workflow efficiencies. 

Join Our National Network of Digitally Serviced Clinics

Michigan Digital Pathology (MDPATH) is a PathNet partner.  As such, we make up part of a nationwide network of highly specialized digital pathologists.

Reports Written for Patients

Report Elements

Partin Table

  • Lymph Node (1%) 1% 1%
  • Seminal Vesical (2%) 2% 2%
  • Extraprostatic Extension (25%) 25% 25%
  • Organ Confined (71%) 71% 71%

Han Table

  • 10 years after surgery (5%) 5% 5%
  • 7 years after surgery (4%) 4% 4%
  • 5 years after surgery (3%) 3% 3%
  • 3 years after surgery (2%) 2% 2%

Hit the Pathology Easy Button

“I think the doctors really appreciate that the [LUMEA] BxBoard™ is so much easier to use. They’re able to see the cores on the board and assess the sample quality while the patient is still there. If the quality isn’t good, they can go back in to collect another sample.”

Mai Her, Training & Development Coordinator at Comprehensive Urology

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