Accurate FNA Diagnostics

Patient at the doctorDCL Pathology offers accurate diagnostics and quick results. FNA (also known as fine needle biopsy) is what we specialize in, so we’re experienced and efficient.

In addition to on site testing procedures, we also offer diagnostic services for physicians who procure specimens and send them to our office. We provide all the necessary transport media to your medical office along with all the supplies you need, so once a tissue or fluid sample is collected in the convenience of your office, you can send to us for testing. Taking advantage of our pre-paid shipping supplies makes everything quicker and more convenient for you. If you suspect you need flow cytometry, contact our office in advance so we can make sure you have the correct additional supplies.

We work cooperatively with all patients, and we’re a part of most insurance plans. Patient visit DCL for FNA testing from as far away as three or more hours. We see patients referred by physicians practicing in:

  • Otolaryngology
  • Endocrinology
  • Primary Care
  • Internal Medicine
  • Family Practice
  • OB/GYN
  • Oncology
  • Pediatrics
  • General Surgery
  • Radiology
  • Pathology

 

Our Focus is on FNA Testing

Choosing DCL Pathology for FNA testing reduces the amount of time you must wait to receive test results. Testing is done on site and results are available immediately. Physicians sending us test samples can expect test results in just a short period of time – often within two days of receiving the kit.

Accurate Diagnosis Means Faster and More Effective Treatment

FNA sample retrieval takes just a few minutes and cells are tested onsite. Appointments include a consultation with a physician to discuss the outcome of the procedure. Further testing is later performed to confirm the initial results and sent to the patient’s medical team for follow-up analysis.

FNA is a convenient, low-risk option for securing an accurate diagnosis of abnormalities. Test results from DCL Pathology are 99 percent accurate.

For more information, or to request kits, contact DCL Pathology today.