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The greatest challenge of dermatopathology is interpreting the vast number of skin diseases. With over 1,500 rashes and skin tumors, dermatopathology is among the most complex of all medical specialties. 

Our physicians and staff have a three-pronged approach to the science and art of dermatopathology, utilizing accuracy, timeliness, and collaboration to serve patients and their physicians. In compliance with the recommendation of the American Academy of Dermatologists, dermatopathologists interpret skin biopsies. Synergy between histologists and physicians achieves PPA’s top priority of accuracy.

Piedmont Pathology is one of the few pathology labs in NC to actually employ a dermatopathologist.

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Jason Reutter, MD
Dr. Jason Reutter completed his Dermatopathology Fellowship in 2005 at Duke Univeristy and his Surgical Pathology Fellowship in 2004 at the Univeristy of North Carolina.

He completed his residency at the University of North Carolina in 2003. He graduated from the University of Iowa in 1999 (AOA).

Dr. Reutter practiced in Greensboro, NC, prior to joining Piedmont Pathology.

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Toby E. Foster, MD
Dr. Toby Foster completed his Dermatopathology Fellowship at Emory University in 2012.

He completed his residency at Emory University in 2007. He earned his medical doctorate from Mercer University in 2003.

Dr. Foster practiced in Tennessee, Washington State, Virginia, and North Carolina prior to joining Piedmont Pathology.

 


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