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Stanford's Anatomic Pathology and Clinical Laboratory is an international leader in diagnosis, education and discovery. The two divisions work closely together to provide clinicians with diagnostic information for patients at Stanford Hospitals and Clinics, Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford and referrals from healthcare organizations around the world.
Stanford Pathology plays a vital role in enabling and defining the diagnosis that forms the basis of our patients' treatment plans, working closely with clinicians to provide diagnostic information that guides treatment decisions. Anatomic Pathology performs diagnostic services primarily through the microscopic examination of cells and tissues while the Clinical Lab analyzes blood and other body fluids for evidence of disease.
Stanford Pathology also consults on over 15,000 cases annually for patients outside of the Stanford network, working with pathologists around the world to provide definitive diagnoses for a range of complex and challenging cases.
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