Surgical Biopsy Histopathology

Test Schedule
Lab Lab section Days Turnaround
WADDL - Pullman Histopathology Mon-Fri 6 days
Price: $90.00
Additional samples will have an extra charge of $50.00 each.
Description
Price is per animal, AND per tissue. 

For example, a skin mass from the head, with an additional skin mass from the leg and a subcutaneous mass from the abdomen from the same animal would be counted as three masses.

Multiple punch biopsies from the same animal and submitted in the same jar will be counted as a single biopsy.

Multiple endoscopic GI biopsies from the same animal and submitted in separate cassettes with sponges and labeled by segment will be counted as a single biopsy.

In addition, biopsy samples which require increased amounts of technician/pathologist attention and/or specialized reagents will be assessed a sample processing fee. Examples of biopsy samples which will receive this fee include large biopsy samples (>15 cm in diameter), samples submitted fresh, whole spleens, whole mammary chains, samples that require decalcification (amputated digits, jaw/mandibles, as well as certain mammary/oral masses) or any non-standard biopsy sample.

Specimens Required
Formalin fixed tissues
Sampling Requirements
For additional information on how to collect and submit a sample please visit our Submit a Sample page.
Collection Container
Leak-proof container
Packing Instructions
For additional information, please visit our Packing and Shipping page.
Special Instructions
Shipping formalin-fixed samples during subzero temperatures causes samples to freeze and typically renders the sample nondiagnostic. Addition of 1 part alcohol (ethanol, methanol, or isopropanol) to 9 parts formalin can help reduce freeze-thaw artifact if shipping samples during cold temperatures.
Ordering Instructions
For online test ordering please visit our Submit a Sample page for additional information. To submit a specimen without submitting through our online portal please see our Forms page for fillable forms and further instruction.
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