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Pathologists in Denver, CO

  • 64 Pathologists found in Denver, Colorado
  • None of these Pathologists have disciplinary actions
  • Pathologists in Denver, CO have practiced medicine for an average of 31 years.

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Pathologists

Neighborhoods
in Denver, CO
  • Academy Park
  • Applewood
  • Auraria
  • Aurora Highlands
  • Baker
  • Barnum
  • Barnum West
  • Barths
  • Bear Creek
  • Bear Valley
  • Belmar Park
  • Berkeley
  • Chaffee Park
  • City Park
  • College View
  • Cory - Merrill
  • Creighton
  • Dam East/West
  • Daniels
  • Dayton Triangle
  • East Colfax
  • East Gate
  • East Ridge - Ptarmigan Park
  • Edgewater
  • Eiber
  • Elyria Swansea
  • Estates at Mountainview Terrace
  • Evergreen West Central
  • Fitzsimons
  • Foothills
  • Fort Logan
  • Friendly Hills
  • Gateway
  • Golden Triangle
  • Goldsmith
  • Green Mountain
  • Green Valley Ranch
  • Hale
  • Hampden
  • Harvey Park South
  • Heritage West
  • Highland
  • Hilltop
  • Hutchinson Green Mountain Village
  • Jefferson Park
  • Kendrick Lake
  • Kennedy
  • Lakeside
  • Lincoln Park
  • Lowry
  • Lowry Field
  • Mar Lee
  • Marston
  • Marston Slopes
  • Meadows
  • Montclair
  • Morse Park
  • North Alameda
  • North Central Westminster
  • North Westminster
  • Northeast Denver
  • Northeast Park Hill
  • Northfield
  • Northwest Denver
  • Overland
  • Park Hill
  • Regis
  • Rosedale
  • Skyland
  • Sloan Lake
  • South Alameda
  • South Platte
  • Southeast Crossing
  • Southeast Denver
  • Southwest Denver
  • Stapleton
  • Sun Valley
  • Thraemoor
  • Three Lakes
  • Union Square
  • Valverde
  • Villa Park
  • Virginia Village
  • Washington Park
  • Washington Virginia Vale
  • Wellshire
  • West Colfax
  • West Highland
  • Westwood
  • Whittier

Browse Pathologists
in Denver, CO

Achcar - Sartorio

Pathology

A pathologist deals with the causes and nature of disease and contributes to diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment through knowledge gained by the laboratory application of the biologic, chemical, and physical sciences.
A pathologist uses information gathered from the microscopic examination of tissue specimens, cells, and body fluids, and from clinical laboratory tests on body fluids and secretions for the diagnosis, exclusion, and monitoring of disease.
Blood Banking/Transfusion Med
A physician who specializes in blood banking/transfusion medicine is responsible for the maintenance of an adequate blood supply, blood donor and patient-recipient safety, and appropriate blood utilization. Pretransfusion compatibility testing and antibody testing assure that blood transfusions, when indicated, are as safe as possible. This physician directs the preparation and safe use of specially prepared blood components, including red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, and plasma constituents.
Chemical Pathology
A chemical pathologist has expertise in the biochemistry of the human body as it applies to the understanding of the cause and progress of disease. This physician functions as a clinical consultant in the diagnosis and treatment of human disease. Chemical pathology entails the appliction of biochemical data to the detection, confirmation, or monitoring of disease.
Cytopathology
A cytopathologist is an anatomic pathologist trained in the diagnosis of human disease by means of the study of cells obtained from body secretions and fluids, by scraping, washing, or sponging the surface of a lesion, or by the aspiration of a tumor mass or body organ with a fine needle. A major aspect of a cytopathologist's practice is the interpretation of Papanicolaou-stained smears of cells from the female reproductive systems, the "Pap" test. However, the cytopathologist's expertise is applied to the diagnosis of cells from all systems and areas of the body. He/she is a consultant to all medical specialists.
Dermatopathology
A dermatopathologist is expert in diagnosing and monitoring diseases of the skin including infectious, immunologic, degenerative, and neoplastic diseases. This entails the examination and interpretation of specially prepared tissue sections, cellular scrapings, and smears of skin lesions by means of light microscopy, electron microscopy, and fluorescence microscopy.
Forensic Pathology
A forensic pathologist is expert in investigating and evaluating cases of sudden, unexpected, suspicious, and violent death as well as other specific classes of death defined by law. The forensic pathologist serves the public as coroner or medical examiner, or by performing medicolegal autopsies for such officials.
Hematology
A physician who is expert in diseases that affect blood cells, blood clotting mechanisms, bone marrow, and lymph nodes. He/she has the knowledge and technical skills essential for the laboratory diagnosis of anemias, leukemias, lymphomas, bleeding disorders, and blood clotting disorders.
Medical Microbiology
A physician who is expert in the isolation and identification of microbial agents that cause infectious disease. Viruses, bacteria, and fungi, as well as parasites are identified and, where possible, tested for susceptibility to appropriate antimicrobial agents.
Molecular Genetic Pathology
A molecular genetic pathologist is expert in the principles, theory, and technologies of molecular biology and molecular genetics. This expertise is used to make or confirm diagnoses of Mendelian genetic disorders, disorders of human development, infectious diseases and malignancies, and to assess the natural history of those disorders. A molecular genetic pathologist provides information about gene structure, function, and alteration and applies laboratory techniques for diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis for individuals with related disorders.
Neuropathology
A neuropathologist is expert in the diagnosis of diseases of the nervous system and skeletal muscles and functions as a consultant primarily to neurologists and neurosurgeons. The neuropathologist is knowledgeable in the infirmities of humans as they affect the nervous and neuromuscular systems, be they degenerative, infectious, metabolic, immunologic, neoplastic, vascular, or physical in nature.
Pediatric Pathology
A pediatric pathologist is expert in the laboratory diagnosis of diseases that occur during fetal growth, infancy, and child development. The practice requires a strong foundation in general pathology and substantial understanding of normal growth and development, along with extensive knowledge of pediatric medicine.

Pathologists

Neighborhoods
in Denver, CO
  • Academy Park
  • Applewood
  • Auraria
  • Aurora Highlands
  • Baker
  • Barnum
  • Barnum West
  • Barths
  • Bear Creek
  • Bear Valley
  • Belmar Park
  • Berkeley
  • Chaffee Park
  • City Park
  • College View
  • Cory - Merrill
  • Creighton
  • Dam East/West
  • Daniels
  • Dayton Triangle
  • East Colfax
  • East Gate
  • East Ridge - Ptarmigan Park
  • Edgewater
  • Eiber
  • Elyria Swansea
  • Estates at Mountainview Terrace
  • Evergreen West Central
  • Fitzsimons
  • Foothills
  • Fort Logan
  • Friendly Hills
  • Gateway
  • Golden Triangle
  • Goldsmith
  • Green Mountain
  • Green Valley Ranch
  • Hale
  • Hampden
  • Harvey Park South
  • Heritage West
  • Highland
  • Hilltop
  • Hutchinson Green Mountain Village
  • Jefferson Park
  • Kendrick Lake
  • Kennedy
  • Lakeside
  • Lincoln Park
  • Lowry
  • Lowry Field
  • Mar Lee
  • Marston
  • Marston Slopes
  • Meadows
  • Montclair
  • Morse Park
  • North Alameda
  • North Central Westminster
  • North Westminster
  • Northeast Denver
  • Northeast Park Hill
  • Northfield
  • Northwest Denver
  • Overland
  • Park Hill
  • Regis
  • Rosedale
  • Skyland
  • Sloan Lake
  • South Alameda
  • South Platte
  • Southeast Crossing
  • Southeast Denver
  • Southwest Denver
  • Stapleton
  • Sun Valley
  • Thraemoor
  • Three Lakes
  • Union Square
  • Valverde
  • Villa Park
  • Virginia Village
  • Washington Park
  • Washington Virginia Vale
  • Wellshire
  • West Colfax
  • West Highland
  • Westwood
  • Whittier
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Browse Pathologists
in Denver, CO

Achcar - Sartorio

Pathology

A pathologist deals with the causes and nature of disease and contributes to diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment through knowledge gained by the laboratory application of the biologic, chemical, and physical sciences.
A pathologist uses information gathered from the microscopic examination of tissue specimens, cells, and body fluids, and from clinical laboratory tests on body fluids and secretions for the diagnosis, exclusion, and monitoring of disease.
Blood Banking/Transfusion Med
A physician who specializes in blood banking/transfusion medicine is responsible for the maintenance of an adequate blood supply, blood donor and patient-recipient safety, and appropriate blood utilization. Pretransfusion compatibility testing and antibody testing assure that blood transfusions, when indicated, are as safe as possible. This physician directs the preparation and safe use of specially prepared blood components, including red blood cells, white blood cells, platelets, and plasma constituents.
Chemical Pathology
A chemical pathologist has expertise in the biochemistry of the human body as it applies to the understanding of the cause and progress of disease. This physician functions as a clinical consultant in the diagnosis and treatment of human disease. Chemical pathology entails the appliction of biochemical data to the detection, confirmation, or monitoring of disease.
Cytopathology
A cytopathologist is an anatomic pathologist trained in the diagnosis of human disease by means of the study of cells obtained from body secretions and fluids, by scraping, washing, or sponging the surface of a lesion, or by the aspiration of a tumor mass or body organ with a fine needle. A major aspect of a cytopathologist's practice is the interpretation of Papanicolaou-stained smears of cells from the female reproductive systems, the "Pap" test. However, the cytopathologist's expertise is applied to the diagnosis of cells from all systems and areas of the body. He/she is a consultant to all medical specialists.
Dermatopathology
A dermatopathologist is expert in diagnosing and monitoring diseases of the skin including infectious, immunologic, degenerative, and neoplastic diseases. This entails the examination and interpretation of specially prepared tissue sections, cellular scrapings, and smears of skin lesions by means of light microscopy, electron microscopy, and fluorescence microscopy.
Forensic Pathology
A forensic pathologist is expert in investigating and evaluating cases of sudden, unexpected, suspicious, and violent death as well as other specific classes of death defined by law. The forensic pathologist serves the public as coroner or medical examiner, or by performing medicolegal autopsies for such officials.
Hematology
A physician who is expert in diseases that affect blood cells, blood clotting mechanisms, bone marrow, and lymph nodes. He/she has the knowledge and technical skills essential for the laboratory diagnosis of anemias, leukemias, lymphomas, bleeding disorders, and blood clotting disorders.
Medical Microbiology
A physician who is expert in the isolation and identification of microbial agents that cause infectious disease. Viruses, bacteria, and fungi, as well as parasites are identified and, where possible, tested for susceptibility to appropriate antimicrobial agents.
Molecular Genetic Pathology
A molecular genetic pathologist is expert in the principles, theory, and technologies of molecular biology and molecular genetics. This expertise is used to make or confirm diagnoses of Mendelian genetic disorders, disorders of human development, infectious diseases and malignancies, and to assess the natural history of those disorders. A molecular genetic pathologist provides information about gene structure, function, and alteration and applies laboratory techniques for diagnosis, treatment, and prognosis for individuals with related disorders.
Neuropathology
A neuropathologist is expert in the diagnosis of diseases of the nervous system and skeletal muscles and functions as a consultant primarily to neurologists and neurosurgeons. The neuropathologist is knowledgeable in the infirmities of humans as they affect the nervous and neuromuscular systems, be they degenerative, infectious, metabolic, immunologic, neoplastic, vascular, or physical in nature.
Pediatric Pathology
A pediatric pathologist is expert in the laboratory diagnosis of diseases that occur during fetal growth, infancy, and child development. The practice requires a strong foundation in general pathology and substantial understanding of normal growth and development, along with extensive knowledge of pediatric medicine.