| December 4, 2007

Note: As time allows I will try to post on a daily basis up from 3 times weekly. 

I recently came across this site from a urologic pathologist in Virginia.  While limited, the quality of the images are superb for reviewing.  Others are encouraged to submit images as well or glass slides or kodachromes.  Information below provided from webpathology.com

About This Site

This website is intended as a resource of high-quality photomicrographs depicting pathology of urologic organs. Images from other organ systems may be added in the future. A brief description of histologic features accompanies each image.

Contributing a case to this site:
If you have an interesting case involving any of the urologic organs and would like to share it with other pathologists, we would welcome your contribution. All contributions published on this site will be appropriately acknowledged and shall remain the intellectual property of the contrubutor.

What to send:
One of the following:

  • Glass slides (ideal)
  • 35 mm kodachrome slides
  • Image in JPEG or TIFF format by email
  • A brief history

Please try not to submit any identifying patient information with your matierial.
I assure you that no material will be retained by me unless permission is granted by the contributor. The final decision as to whether or not to publish the case on the site rests with me. A contribution may be turned down if the quality of the material sent is suboptimal.

Where to send:
Dharam M. Ramnani, M.D.
Medical Director
VUC Pathology Laboratory
9105 Stony Point Drive
Richmond, VA 23235


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