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Cytology is hard.

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Telecytology service and practical education for the busy veterinarian 
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The Struggle is Real.

Let's be honest ‚Äď the struggle is real when it comes to in-house cytology. That feeling of uncertainty can be seriously frustrating, and it can make you second-guess yourself.

In an ideal world, every vet would feel confident and empowered to treat their patients based on their in-house cytology interpretation.

But, let's face it, cytology is hard and many veterinarians feel uncertain when it comes to interpreting all that purple and blue.

You might find yourself thinking, "Do I really understand what I'm seeing?" and that's perfectly normal.

So, what are you supposed to do?

Having to rely on a pathologist to review your cases might seem like the only option.

But sending your sample to a diagnostic lab isn't always possible. It can be cost-prohibitive for many pet owners, and the logistical hurdles can make the whole process feel like a pain in the tail.

Enter Pocket Pathologist‚ĄĘ.

We're here to help you.

Consider us your in-house cytology sidekicks.

Our mission is crystal clear ‚Äďwe're here to¬†empower veterinarians with the knowledge and support¬†you need¬†to interpret in-house cytology accurately, enabling you to treat your patients with confidence.


Our Mission:

To help veterinary professionals feel more confident

in their practice of in-house cytology.

How we do it:


Send cytology images captured with your smartphone or microscope camera to our board-certified clinical pathologists through our easy-to-use app.

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Engaging courses designed to boost your cytology knowledge and rocket your confidence in reading slides.


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