Urology

Expert GU Pathologists

Improved Clinic Workflow

Turnaround

Faster Turnaround Time

Increased Cancer Detection

Integrated Molecular Testing

See The Results

“Why is TruCore worth it? [It’s] better pathology.” – Dr. Bevan-Thomas

See TruCore’s cancer detection rate and other statistics for Urology Partners of North Texas.

Faster Turnaround Times

Increased Cancer Detection

Integrated Molecular Testing

Improved Clinic Workflow

Upgraded Pathology Reports

Patient Education Resources

Faster Turnaround Times

 

Receive results within 24-48 hours from when the specimen is received at the laboratory.

Improved Clinic Workflow

 

Urologists that work with PathNet receive the patented Lumea BxBoard© that maintains tissue orientation and reduces tissue fragmentation providing more data for the urologist on the final report.

Increased Cancer Detection Rates

 

Our use of the Lumea BxBoard® and BxChip® to increase tissue yield increases our cancer detection rate.

Upgraded Pathology Reports

Highlighted Features

Critical Comment

The critical comment box is used by the pathologist to share case-specific information directly with the urologist.

Color-coded prostate map & screenshot of an area of interest (taken by the pathologist during digital signout)

Diagram of tissue core with the location of tumor depicted in red

Partin and Han Table generated from clinic provided data to help determine the best treatment for each patient

Integrated Molecular Testing

 

Avoid unnecessary delays by using conditional test ordering at the time of biopsy. TruCore offers conditional test ordering based on each physician’s pre-defined criteria. By pre-ordering molecular testing, you can reduce overall turnaround time to <10 days post-biopsy vs the typical 60+ days.

Patient Education Resources

 

Free educational resources for your patients to help them understand their diagnosis and read their report.

RFID Tracking

 

All of TruCore’s specimens are tracked from the bedside to the glass slide. You can follow the progress of each tissue digitally up until the final pathology report is received.

Specialized Pathologists

Ancillary Testing

Reputational Assurance

Tumor Localization

Meet Our GU Pathologists

Adam Cole, MD

Dr. Adam Cole graduated with honors from the University of Arkansas with a bachelor’s degree in microbiology and earned his master’s degree in health science from Duke University. He concluded his medical training with a residency in pathology at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.

Adam is board certified in both Anatomic and Clinical Pathology with a Genitourinary and Molecular Pathology focus. He is a Key Opinion Leader and national speaker for several Genomic companies.

In addition to his medical education, he also serves as a Lt Col in the United States Air Force (Reserve) as a command flight surgeon.

Hillel Kahane, MD

Dr. Kahane lives on Long Island, New York, and is a board-certified urologic pathologist, with over 28 years of experience. He has diagnosed well over 1,000,000 prostate needle core biopsies, for over 6,000 urologists and radiation oncologists nationwide in two of the largest prostate biopsy laboratories in the United States. Dr. Kahane has the unique distinction of having worked with and published with both Jonathan I. Epstein, M.D. and David G. Bostwick, M.D.

Michelle Cox, MD

Dr. Cox, is a distinguished board-certified pathologist at PathNet, bringing 11 years of extensive experience in the field of pathology. She pursued her medical education and pathology residency at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS), followed by a specialized fellowship in urologic pathology at Johns Hopkins Medical Institute. Dr. Cox served as a valued member of the UAMS pathology team for six years before transitioning to a position at the Cleveland Clinic. Her contributions to the field extend beyond her clinical practice, as she has made valuable contributions to the books “Diagnostic Pathology: Intraoperative Consultation” and “Diagnostic Pathology: Normal Histology,” authoring multiple chapters.

Matthew Lindberg, MD

Matthew R. Lindberg, M.D., is a graduate of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) in Little Rock. He completed his Pathology residency training at UAMS along with a Fellowship in Surgical Pathology, where he received focused training in gastrointestinal, genitourinary, and soft tissue pathology. Dr. Lindberg has over seven years of experience in both private and academic settings and also holds a current faculty appointment at UAMS.

He is the lead author of a major textbook in the bestselling Amirsys/Elsevier Diagnostic Pathology series and has contributed over 50 additional chapters to several other volumes. Dr. Lindberg is board certified in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology and is currently licensed in Arkansas, Texas, and Missouri.

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