Pathologists Associated Company Profile

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Pathologists Associated was established in 1966 as an independent hospital laboratory. Its creation by four Ball Memorial Hospital pathologists was in response to the uncertain future of medical laboratories following the inception of Medicare and was fueled by a strong desire to retain independence as a pathology group. In the early 1970's, with its foundation more solidly in place, Pathologists Associated began to seek work outside the hospital to bolster its marketplace as an independent laboratory. Also, during this time Pathologists Associated acquired a laboratory at 407 West Main Street in Muncie, Indiana and transferred the reference work to this location. The company continued to expand over the years as laboratories were added in Indianapolis and Fort Wayne.
Pathologists Associated joined with the Ball Memorial Hospital Laboratory in September 1988 in a joint venture. This event strengthened the company's position in the competitive laboratory services market.
Today, Pathologists Associated's staff of dedicated employees, under the direction of board certified pathologists, provides laboratory test results and valuable consultative services to area hospitals, clinics, nursing care facilities, industries and many physicians. Since its inception, Pathologists Associated has continued to work together with its employees to improve current services and establish new ones to meet the needs of patients and clients throughout Indiana.


1200 W. White River Blvd
United States of America


Phone: 800.662.8932
Fax: 765.741.5606

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AI Beats Pathologists in Predicting Survival in Brain Cancer

A novel approach using artificial intelligence (AI) performed better than human pathologists when predicting overall survival for patients with gliomas. Medscape Medical News

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Menarini to bring Lunaphore’s first product to pathologists

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Postextubation Dysphagia in Children: The Role of Speech-Language Pathologists.

Postextubation dysphagia is common and associated with worse outcomes in the PICU. Although there has been an increased participation of speech-language pathologists in its treatment, there is limited...

A method to reduce variability in scoring anti-body mediated rejection in renal allografts: Implications for clinical trials.

Poor reproducibility in scoring antibody mediated rejection (ABMR) using the Banff criteria might limit the use of histology in clinical trials. We evaluated the reproducibility of Banff scoring of 67...

School-Based Speech-Language Pathologists' Perspectives on Diagnostic Decision Making.

This study used a structured open interview approach to elicit information from school-based speech-language pathologists (SLPs) regarding their assessment practices for children with suspected langua...

Evaluation of the proliferation marker Ki-67 in gliomas: Interobserver variability and digital quantification.

The Ki-67 Labelling Index (LI) is used as an ancillary tool in glioma diagnostics. Interobserver variability has been reported and no precise guidelines are available. Nor is it known whether novel di...

Unique Contributors to the Curriculum: From Research to Practice for Speech-Language Pathologists in Schools.

This lead article of the Clinical Forum focuses on the research that supports why speech-language pathologists (SLPs) are an integral part of the overarching curriculum for all students in schools.

Clinical Trials [28 Associated Clinical Trials listed on BioPortfolio]

Differential Diagnosis Between Granuloma and Radicular Cyst: Effectiveness of Magnetic Resonance Imaging.

The radiolucent periapical jaw lesions of 34 patients, which were surgically enucleated, were investigated by two radiologists using MRI, based on the same six criteria, to categorize the ...

Evaluation of the Omnyx™ Integrated Digital Pathology System in the Primary Diagnosis of Surgical Pathology Specimens

A multi-site, randomized-read order, retrospective, paired-design evaluation of the Omnyx™ Integrated Digital Pathology (IDP) system with de-identified and previously signed-out cases fr...

The Molecular Screening Study for the Umbrella Trial (SUKSES) in Relapsed Small Cell Lung Cancer Patients [SUKSES-S]

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Specimen X-Rays of Removed Axillary Lymph Nodes to Guide Pathological Sampling

X-ray mapping of sentinel lymph nodes and/or axillary tissue will assist pathologists in their ability to identify the number and location of lymph nodes as well as more accurately section...

AIDS and Cancer Specimen Bank (ACSB)

The purpose of this study is to obtain clinical specimens from pathologists and physicians involved in the diagnosis and care of patients with AIDS and non-AIDS associated malignancies. ...

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