Colonic Brushing Cytology. Cytopathologic evaluation to establish the presence of primary or metastatic neoplasm and to aid in the diagnosis of certain infections, such as amebiasis, giardiasis, and strongyloidiasis.

Esophageal Brushing Cytology. Cytopathologic evaluation to establish the presence of primary or metastatic neoplasm such as Candida, or certain benign conditions such as Barrett’s esophagus etc.

Urine Cytology. Cytopathologic evaluation for the detection and characterization of malignant cells and some non-neoplastic diseases.

Non-Gyn Cytology. Cytopathologic evaluation of malignant cells and some non-neoplastic neoplasms.

ThinPrep Pap Test. Screening and detection of pre-cancerous lesions, cervical cancer, atypical cells and all other cytologic categories as defined by the Bethesda system. Pap screening is not reliable for the detection of endometrial cancer.