Gastrointestinal Lymphoma Panel

Gastrointestinal Lymphoma Panel

 

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Overview

Gastrointestinal biopsies, both surgical and endoscopic, are frequently submitted in cases of nonspecific gastrointestinal clinical signs. Most often, these samples are intended to differentiate between infectious, inflammatory, and neoplastic conditions. Differentiating gastrointestinal inflammation (inflammatory bowel disease) from lymphoma can be difficult and it has been shown that immunophenotyping can improve the accuracy of diagnosis. This is especially useful for endoscopic biopsies, and in some instances, full thickness biopsies.

Samples, Tests & Fees

These tests may be ordered by indicating “GI lymphoma panel” in the additional history section on the General WADDL Accession Form. If any questions arise, the consulting pathologist will be notified and may contact the submitter.

For more details and current prices (including out-of-state pricing), go to the Web Test Search Tool and type “Lymphoma” in the query field. Submissions are charged a $10 accession fee per case (not included in the prices listed below).

Gastrointestinal Lymphoma Panel

SamplesPreservationTestSpecial Stains IncludedWA Fee
Fixed gastrointestinal tissues (endoscopic or full thickness) Fixed in 10% buffered neutral formalin at 10:1.Histopathology (H)

 


$115
  

Immuno-histochemistry (IHC)*

CD20 (B Cell) and CD3 (T Cell)
  Clonality PCRSend out with additional fee; requires pathologist consultation.

WADDL CONTACT:
If you have questions regarding the the Gastrointestinal Lymphoma Panel, please contact Dr. Laura White at laura.white@wsu.edu.