Gynecologic pathology

Answers for even the most difficult cases

In gynecologic pathology, we see a wide variety of cases, from ovarian tumors and endometrial lesions to gestational disease problems. Our section members have trained at various institutions and in various subspecialty areas adding valuable insights to the range of cases we see.

4,500+

cases seen each year


7

subspecialized pathologists


Requesting a pathology consult

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Pathology in Focus

Gary Keeney, M.D., gives an overview of the gynecologic pathology service and the benefits of testing through Mayo Clinic Laboratories.

Expertise

Debra Bell, M.D.

Gynecologic pathologist and professor of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology

Amy Clayton, M.D.

Division Chair of Anatomic Pathology, gynecologic pathologist, and professor of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology

Michael Henry, M.D.

Gynecologic pathologist and professor of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology

Yajue Huang, M.D., Ph.D.

Gynecologic pathologist and associate professor of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology

Gary Keeney, M.D.

Gynecologic pathologist and professor of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology

Michael Roh, M.D., Ph.D.

Gynecologic pathologist and associate professor of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology

J. Kenneth Schoolmeester, M.D.

Head of Gynecologic Pathology Section and assistant professor of Laboratory Medicine and Pathology

Testing

Gynecologic sarcomas and tumors

Detection of high and/or low risk HPV by DNA in situ hybridization

Detection of high risk HPV E6/E7 transcripts by RNA in situ hybridization

Genomic copy number and structural analysis for products of conception

Learn more about how to order these evaluations at your institution.