Aspirate from a kidney nodule of a 2-year- old spayed female domestic shorthair feline. The presenting complaint was weight loss and PU/PD. Blood work revealed moderate azotemia. On ultrasound, the kidneys were bilaterally enlarged with...
We want our clients to consider Eastern VetPath part of their team. The pathologist’s name, cell phone number, and email address is at the bottom of every Eastern VetPath report. If you have a question or concern, our pathologists want to help. No phone trees – if you have a question concerning a biopsy, please call our anatomic pathologist at 865-300-4056; if you have a question concerning a cytology, please call our clinical pathologist at 865-201-6460.
Providing our clients with the highest level of responsive, personalized service is at the core of our philosophy.
We provide complimentary courier service for both cytology and biopsy samples for our clients in the DC metro area, and the Knoxville, TN area, as well as supplies such as formalin containers, slide containers, etc. For all other locations, we provide complimentary cytology and histopathology mailing kits (submission forms, formalin containers or slide shippers, FedEx labels (2-day and overnight), and FedEx Clinical Pak envelopes). Two-day shipping is free, overnight shipping is just an additional $10.00.
We provide immediate (within 2 hours) cytology interpretations by reviewing digital images obtained by cell phone and sent to us by email.
All of our pathologists are board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Pathologists.
Non-diagnostic cytology specimens can be resubmitted for no additional professional fees (only shipping charges assessed).
It is a pleasure working with the pathologists at Eastern VetPath. The greatest benefit of working with them aside from their expertise is their availability. I am able to email or call to discuss results and am able to have an answer the same day almost every time. It makes my job easier because I can provide the answers to my clients and colleagues so that appropriate decisions can be made, while at the same time maintaining a high level of care.