Immunopathology

The Immunopathology Laboratory is part of the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the New York Presbyterian Hospital - Cornell Medical Center. The Immunopathology Laboratory personnel perform a variety of immunophenotyic analytic tests including immunohistochemistry, flow cytometry and in situ hybridization. The majority of the flow cytometry tests are for the analysis of leukemias and lymphomas while immunohistochemical studies for all types of reactive and neoplastic proliferations are performed. The laboratory performs approximately 75,000 immunophenotypic tests per year. The laboratory is also responsible for accepting and the initial processing of samples for DNA/RNA analysis of leukemias and lymphomas.

 

We offer complete hematological consultation services including:

 

Morphologic evaluation of lymphoid tissue and bone marrow

Immunohistochemical evaluation of lymphoid tissue and bone marrow

Flow cytometric evaluation of bone marrow aspirates, peripheral blood, fluids and lymphoid tissues

 Evaluation of CD4/CD8 lymphocytes

 Immunoglobulin and T cell receptor gene rearrangement analysis by Southern Blotting and PCR

Evaluation of proto-oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes

Complete work-up of individual cases in the same facility

Personal telephone consultation and complete report by FAX

Utilization of the Federal Express service and messenger service at no cost to the physician or the patient

 

For further information please contact:

         

Hematopathology Laboratory            

525 East 68th Street Room Starr 715         

New York, New York 10021

Phone (212) 746-2442

 

or

 

New York -Presbyterian Hospital

NYHL Outreach Program

Client Services

Phone (212) 746-0670