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If the test results reveal that you are a cystic fibrosis carrier, the next step is to have the father of your child tested. If the results show that he is not a carrier, the chance that your children will have cystic fibrosis is extremely low and no further testing is recommended. However, if both […]

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Pathology is the study of disease. Anatomic pathology involves evaluating tissues (surgical pathology) and cells (cytopathology) through variable magnifications using a microscope. In surgical pathology, the goal of such microscopic evaluations is to make a definitive diagnosis of a patient’s disease. Virtually all tissues removed from patients during surgery are examined under the microscope by […]

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AmeriPath has an integrated team of pathologists, scientists, laboratory technicians and business people bound together by a common vision: providing the industry’s highest quality sub-specialized pathology service. As the nations’ leader in pathology services, we provide our clinician partners with the diagnostic, prognostic and therapeutic information they need to provide you optimal patient care. Below […]

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Although AmeriPath offers a variety of disease specific information and resources, additional information can be found through a variety of national organizations who specialize in education, support and research of these diseases. Information on these groups including contact information and website addresses can be found below. GI Support Hematology/Oncology Support Urology Support Women’s Health Support […]

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FAQs

September 19th, 2016 by Travis Guiley

Q: WHAT IS A PATHOLOGIST? A: Pathologists are medical doctors who specialize in the science of pathology, the study of disease. Following college and medical school, pathologists typically spend five or more years to become eligible to sit for certification by the American Board of Pathology in anatomic and clinical pathology. Many pathologists spend additional […]

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Doctors often refer to pathologists (medical doctors who specialize in the science of pathology, the study of disease) as the “physician’s physician.” That’s because a pathologist’s diagnosis represents a critical factor in determining a patient’s future care. While AmeriPath’s expert board-certified pathologists do not treat you directly, they provide attending physicians consultation regarding laboratory test […]

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Barrett’s Esophagus Chlamydia & Gonorrhea Crohn’s Disease Cystic Fibrosis Gastritis Genital Herpes HPV (Human Papillomavirus) Hyperplastic Polyps Stomach (Gastric) Cancer Ulcerative Colitis    

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What is Pathology? AmeriPath and Your Physician The AmeriPath Difference About Your Disease Support Groups FAQs  

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Contact Us

September 19th, 2016 by Travis Guiley

You may call or write us at: AmeriPath Colorado 695 S. Broadway, Ste. 100 Denver, CO 80209 Phone: 1.303.899.6900    

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Please click on the link below to access our current health plan provider lists for the state your practice resides in. AmeriPath receives and accepts specimens from all states nationwide. Since health insurance provider status can vary from state to state, please contact us to discuss in-network status and billing rates for your area. CO – AmeriPath […]

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