Dermatopathology Services in Orlando
Dermatopathology is a subspeciality (combining surgical pathology and dermatology) that focuses on the study of cutaneous diseases at the microscopic level. With more than 1500 skin disorders, a dermatopathologist must be familiar with several specialty areas of medicine (at a cellular level) to determine potential causes of skin diseases.
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In addition to its clinical and cosmetic dermatology services, Our Orlando dermatology practice is committed to providing unsurpassed Dermatopathology and personalized services to its patients through its "in-house" CAP (College of American Pathologists) or CLIA (Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendments) accredited laboratories.
Generally speaking, certification in dermatopathology in the United States requires the completion of a medical degree, followed by residency training of 3 years in dermatology or 4 years in anatomic pathology. Thereafter, an additional 1 or 2 years of post-residency education in dermatopathology is undertaken.
Dr. Steppie's team of Dermatopathology board-certified experts, assisted by histotechnologists and immunitechnologists serve our patients using state-of-the-art equipment and the most advanced diagnostic technologies, such as Immunohistochemistry (IHC), to deliver the most accurate diagnostic/prognostic information needed to provide the best possible outcome.
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The staff were great! Sorry I don't recall all names. I found them to be very professional and made the process of "cutting" on my ear pretty relaxing. My only question was that I was prescribed 5 pain pills to cover pain for the next 30 hours, yet was not given a Dr's excuse to miss work the following day. Thus I assume they felt it was ok to go to work under the influence of Hydrocodone :) All in all I would highly recommend the staff and Dr's at the Sand Lake office!
— Patrick A.