Hematopathology News

HEMATOPATHOLOGY - The Importance of Blood Smear

 

Paroxysmal Nocturnal Hemoglobinuria (PNH)

Paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria (PNH) is a hematopoietic stem cell disease characterized by complement-induced intravascular hemolysis, thrombosis, and bone marrow failure.

Read more...
 

HEMATOPATHOLOGY - The Post Splenectomy Blood Picture - Craig E. Litz, M.D.

 

 
Print
hematopathologyIn keeping with the ProPath mission, our division is dedicated to excellence in diagnostic Hematopathology including (but not limited) to blood, bone marrow, and lymph nodes. To this end, three extraordinary groups of pathologists have formed a division unparalleled in the region.

Quality in hematologic diagnosis depends on the experience and quality of the hematopathologists. To this end, ProPath has assembled a team of fellowship trained, subspecialty board certified hematopathologists with more than 50 years combined experience and over 100 peer-reviewed publications, including several book chapters in the field. Complementing this are the ProPath specialty laboratories, including in-house Immunohistochemistry, flow cytometry, cytogenetics and Molecular Diagnostics. The result is an outstanding division, unparalleled in the region, that provides rapid and comprehensive hematopathologic diagnoses.

 

The Division of Hematopathology also provides customized service for clients including, but not limited to, preparation of extra bone marrow biopsy histology sections for hematologist examination, easy access to a hematopathologist, training and help with bone marrow biopsy procedures, and immunohistochemical staining for various antigens.

 

As the largest physician-owned pathology practice in the southwest, ProPath focuses on understanding the needs of our clinical colleagues to provide superior patient care. We also understand that these needs vary with specialty and physician preferences.


 

The division founder and director, Craig Litz, MD, has extensive and broad experience in diagnostic Hematopathology as well as in bone marrow biopsy and aspiration procedures. He was trained and became an associate professor at the internationally recognized-hematopathology laboratory at the University of Minnesota under the direction of Dr. Richard Brunning. Dr. Litz is author of over 60 publications and abstracts, many which led to meritorious recognition, and has lectured on the subject at national and regional meetings.

 

 

 

 Terry Barrett

Craig E. Litz, M.D.

Director, Hematopathology

 

Clinical Professor of

Pathology, Universty

of  Texas SouthWestern

Medical School