High Definition Heart Pathology

High Definition Genitourinary Pathology

High Definition Skin Pathology


Francisco G. La Rosa, MD

Associate Professor


*University of Colorado Denver, Anschutz Medical Campus

Department of Pathology

Mail Stop 8104; P.O. Box 6511

12800 East 19th Avenue

Aurora, CO 80045-0508


 Phone: 303-724-3782




 *The University of Colorado is not responsible
for the content of this Web site

Modern pathology requires the use of high definition images obtained from gross pathology specimens and histological slides, both at resolutions higher than 1290x720 pixels.

The images presented here represent a wide variety of pathology cases, including acquired diseases, transplantation pathology, idiopathic diseases, tumor pathology, etc., and are accompanied by brief morphological descriptions. The histological images are shown at different optical magnifications and include conventional stains such as hematoxylin-eosin, PAS, trichrome stains, as well as immunohistochemical stains. Also included are some images from normal tissues and from positive and negative controls for the corresponding special stains.

Although aimed in particular at pathologists, our web site may serve as a reference guide to medical students, residents & fellows, as well as colleagues from different clinical specialties, surgeons, general practitioners and allied practitioners.

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(Last Edition: August 31, 2018 )