Hepatobiliary Pathology Service
Cleveland Clinic Laboratories’ Hepatopancreaticobiliary Pathology Service provides diagnostic interpretations for biopsy and resection specimens from the liver, biliary tree, and pancreas.
Our surgical pathologists, who have specialty expertise in liver, biliary, and pancreas pathology, interpret over 12,000 specimens annually. They also work closely with the highly-regarded Cleveland Clinic Liver Transplant Program by providing the diagnostic needs for approximately 120 patients who undergo liver transplantation each year.
Hepatobiliary Pathology Staff
Specialty interests among the HPB pathologists include viral hepatitis, fatty liver disease, primary biliary diseases, and chronic liver diseases as well as hepatic, pancreatic, and biliary tumors. Our staff has expertise in allograft dysfunction after liver and pancreas transplantation, and can provide comprehensive consultation on these cases.
Our pathologists hold positions in the premier professional organizations in their field, and frequently serve as guest speakers at pathology meetings and conferences. Our staff also publishes extensively in leading medical journals, and have authored several book chapters in the field. Each member of our staff is actively involved in local, national, and international research and teaching activities.