Create re-usable templates on the Web 

An Innovative Way to Cope with Frequent Updates -- Create Reporting Templates on the Web

-- This Web tool lets users to create dynamic Web forms as tumor-reporting templates on the Web.

-- The Web forms/templates can be saved to a local computer and used  in the future.

-- No IT skills are required; you can update cancer protocols or reporting requirements in your Web forms.

-- You can use the templates to report pathologic findings (final pathology report) on the Web!

-- Samples are provided to facilitate form-creating process.

Please join our community to build and enrich your own  reporting template library via our Community Forum.




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Facilitates structured tumor reporting 

Standardize Tumor Reporting in Pathology -- Updated Tumor Synoptic Reporting System

-- This web tool takes less than 25% of the time to create a tumor synoptic report than dictating the report.

-- It has been updated to comply with 8th ed. AJCC Cancer Staging schema.

--  Structured tumor reporting is mandated by The American College of Surgeons Commission on Cancer [ACS-CoC].

-- By ACS-CoC Standard, all cancer centers must use structured tumor  pathology reporting  for their accreditation.

-- The system has been used by many pathology labs / institutions in the last ten years.

A report of  the design and implementation of this reporting system is published in American Journal of Clinical Pathology.   Click the hyperlinks above or  navigation tabs in the top menu to access.   (Read more )

For Dictation 

Provides New Tumor-Reporting Templates --  Cancer Checklist

Stay compliant and use up-to-date cancer reporting standards.  Visit this site for :

-- Concise reporting templates (checklists) in compliance with ACSCoC mandate.

-- New cancer staging schema of AJCC-8th edition effective in January 2018.

-- Additional information sources to help clarify potential ambiguity during reporting.

-- Feedback opportunity for continuous improvement.

       Be a proud pathologist to lead the effort for the best patient care.

See all current articles

titles of 30 journals

Shows All Current Article Titles of 30 Pathology Journals -- Literature Tracker

Update yourself with current literature to be the knowledgeable expert among your colleagues !!

-- See the all current article titles of main pathology journals in one site.

-- Reach the related journals by a simple click on direct hyperlinks to these journals.

-- Content is updated weekly via PubMed reference platform of National Library of Medicine.

-- Find landmark articles of each organ / anatomic site, or specific topics.

-- Use algorithm, software tool and other information resources to screen out suspicious articles.

       (Optimized for Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome.)

Provides instruction on specimen examination

Provides Guides for Gross Specimen Examination --  e-Gross Exam Manual

Pathology diagnosis begins with specimen handling. Systematic examination and adequate sampling (i.e., "gross examination") are key determinants in correct and accurate diagnosis.  Gross examination follows a set of rules and is a complex task.  The "e-Gross Exam Manual" contains practical guidelines and specific information for the task. It is designed for use at the grossing station, ideally with touch-on computer screen. (Read more )

Guides to formulate diagnoses in report

Helps Formulate Final Diagnosis -- Dx. Wording

How often are you asked by clinicians to clarify your meticulously prepared pathology report? What are sciences behind good pathology reporting?  A correct diagnosis inadequately or incorrectly conveyed can be as dangerous and harmful as a wrong diagnosis. The goal of the Dx. Wording is to introduce relatively uniform guidelines for generating pathology reports that are concise, accurate, easy to read and understand, with acceptable data interoperability, and can be easily retrieved electronically for data mining.  (Read more )

Helps quantify diagnostic abnormality 

Assists in Quantifying Diseases -- Grading & Scoring Schemas

Can you remember how to grade Celiac sprue by Marsch-Oberhuber classification or risk stratification of a GIST in the small intestine or the percentile of a placental disc weight for gestational age?  How do you keep your references for easy access? (Read more )