Roger A. Reichert, M.D., Ph.D.
Gynecologic Pathologist

Pathology Consultation Services

 Dr. Reichert provides consultation services in gynecologic surgical pathology to both pathologists and patients in two unique ways:


Same-day curbside consultations are provided using whole slide images. This service is designed for scanner-equipped pathologists with a digital pathology system that includes remote viewing capability who need some guidance on a difficult case, but who don't need a full-fledged formal consultation. Usually within hours and for a fraction of what a formal consultation would cost, I can suggest a diagnosis, help to reaffirm your diagnosis, focus your differential diagnosis, advise you on the most optimal panel of immunostains, and/or highlight the need for additional sampling or the need to learn more about a specific aspect of the patient's history. To encourage you to try this valuable service, the first digital slide consultation from your institution is free! Email me at for more details. 


I generate a formal consultation report after reviewing your case. Not only do I provide you with an expert second opinion on your slides, but I also help you to understand your disease process and help you to formulate the questions you should ask your physician so that you can get the proper treatment and follow-up. I provide a degree of personal attention and responsiveness that cannot be matched by other consultants. I charge $250 for this service (fees for out-of-network, patient-generated consultations are typically not reimbursed by insurance companies). Email me at for more details.

CURRENT STATUS: Dr. Reichert is tending to other matters and is NOT AVAILABLE for consultations. Please check back on 10/25/16.

To learn more about Dr. Reichert and his critically acclaimed book on gynecologic pathology, please click on the book cover at right to be redirected to his book's page on


Endometrial Hyperplasia: An Over-Diagnosed Condition in Perimenopausal Women

Why You Should Consider a Second Opinion from a Pathologist

Why Hysterectomy for Many Endometrial Hyperplasias is Often Overkill

Pathology Second Opinions Can Be Valuable Even With No Change in Diagnosis

Healthcare Payment Strategy is Penny-Wise and Pound-Foolish

Serous Borderline Tumors of the Ovary

Colon Cancer Metastatic to the Ovaries is Often Misdiagnosed as Primary Ovarian Carcinoma