Our range of services includes standard pathohistology and cytology. These examinations can lead to diagnostic issues which can often already be answered from the submitted material. In addition to immunohistology for tumour diagnosis, molecular biological clonality testing can help clarify lymphomas in dogs and cats. If urothelial carcinoma (transitional epithelial carcinoma) of the bladder is suspected in dogs, material containing suspicious epithelial cells can be tested for the BRAF mutation.

Our team of pathologists prepares comprehensive diagnostic reports and is available to answer your questions. As in all areas of analysis, quick turnaround times are always essential for us.

Please also note the detailed information on sample material.

Information on sample collection can be found in the Preanalytics – and in the FAQs