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At Ophthalmic Pathology, tissue from your eye or adnexa is examined by a pathologist for tumorous or non-tumorous diseases, including eye and peri-ocular tissue conditions. We also offer consultation and second opinions on pathologic diagnoses.
Ophthalmic pathologists have training in both ophthalmology and pathology. Because of the unique combination of skills involved in this subspecialty, it is usually the ophthalmic pathologist, rather than the general pathologist, who examines tissue specimens from the eye and adnexa.
At the Byers Eye Institute, we offer:
Consultation and second opinions on pathologic diagnoses
Eye and adnexa tissue examination
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