Friday, May 30, 2014

30 May 2014: Webpathology links still work

The links to still work, although we are having problems with the thumbnails.  We have been discussing this with the owner of Webpathology, and are implementing a "fix" that we think will work.

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

28 May 2014: Easier way to post images using Flickr

There is an easy way to post images on our Flickr page.  Just email the pictures to and send a CC to  You can use the subject line to give the image a title and the body to add a description, which should include the diagnosis and the contributor's name.

Let us know if you have any questions.

Friday, May 9, 2014

9 May 2014: New Jobs Report posted; we break the 25K barrier

We have now posted the Pathology Jobs Report for the first quarter of 2014, available from the Jobs page or by clicking here.  Learn what specialties are hot, and what employers are looking for.

On May 7, 2015, we broke the 25,000 barrier with 25,093 visits.  Right now, in addition to posting updated and new reviews (which are described on the Updates page), we are posting new images to the Ovary Tumor chapter and from our Flickr page.

We are exploring a Membership option, whose proceeds will help us expand the website.  We will offer some special perquisites to those who pay for membership.  More details to follow.

Thursday, May 8, 2014

8 May 2014: More traffic, new feature page and mystery case

For April 2014, we again had record traffic of 611,232 visits, with a record daily average of 20,374 visits.  Thanks for your support and suggestions!

Our Feature page for May is Computer Software & Systems, and highlights PathView SystemsPhysicians Independent Management Services (PIMS) and Voicebrook.  It also contains an original short article, "Computer Software and Systems in Pathology: Spectral Imaging", by Jaleh Mansouri, M.D.  Visit our Surveys page, which has surveys of Computer Systems - AP/LIS.

Don't forget to check out the Mystery Case on the right side of the Home Page.

Friday, May 2, 2014

2 May 2014: Virtual slides

The Virtual Slide links from the University of Iowa have changed, leaving a big blank box. Apparently, they are being moved to, and viewing will require you to  download a slide viewer.  Since we do not link to images that require registration or plug-ins to view, we will start removing these links. Ultimately, we hope to replace them with Virtual Slides from these and other sites:

·      International Academy of Cytology:

·      University of Leeds:

·      University of Michigan:

·      Rosai collection:

We appreciate your patience as we work to make all content on our website accessible to everyone.