Apps for Pathology or Laboratory Medicine

Last revised 11 January 2016
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This page lists Apps related to Pathology or Laboratory Medicine. We list all free Apps (iPad or smart phone applications) that we are aware of that seem to be relevant and useful, for no charge (there is a charge to post non-free apps). To list your Apps, please contact us at 248/646-0325 or [email protected].

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Apps for iPad or SmartPhone

Atlas of Pancreatic Cytopathology, by Johns Hopkins Pathology. Free; teaching tool for medical residents, fellows and practicing pathologists, including an interactive teaching algorithm, a search-able image atlas, an image-based quiz and flashcards.
IHC Antibodies, by Leica Biosystems. Free; mobile pathology resource application designed for Laboratory Managers and Pathologists looking for both routine and innovative IHC antibody products; includes over 1,500 IHC reagents with fully annotated images and educational information.
PathLead, by Leica Biosystems. Free; mobile educational tool which includes an antibody citation index and extensive IHC image library; designed for use by healthcare professionals in the field of surgical pathology and diagnostic immunohistochemistry.
FNA Reader, by Dr. Mohiedean Ghofrani. Free at iTunes store. A clinical decision support tool that assists healthcare providers in appropriately working up thyroid nodules based on the 2009 American Thyroid Association (ATA) Guidelines and The Bethesda System for Reporting Thyroid Cytopathology.
HER2 Reader, by Dr. Mohiedean Ghofrani. Free at iTunes store. HER2 Reader is a simple clinical decision support app developed primarily for pathologists and oncologists who perform predictive marker testing for breast cancer.
Johns Hopkins Atlas of Pancreatic Pathology, iTunes store, Video. Free iPAD application to teach pancreatic pathology, with 115 diagnostic entities, 1400 color images and 26 original medical illustrations.
Pap Reader, by Dr. Mohiedean Ghofrani. Free at iTunes store. A simple tool for determining the appropriate management of various combinations of cervical cytology ("Pap") and HPV testing based on the 2012 Consensus Guidelines of the American Society for Colposcopy and Cervical Pathology (ASCCP).