Logical Solutions for Anatomic Pathology


State-of-the-art lab information system brings a well streamlined workflow to your laboratory.

Specimen Registry

Grossing & Processing

Microtome & Cutting



Workup Orders

Images and Sketches

Attractive Reports


Send-out Logistics

Performance Metrics

Automated Case Tracking System

Quality Assurance

Custom Query Builder


And More!

Surgical Pathology

Customized grossing and diagnostic module specially designed for dermatopathology

Surgical Pathology

PGS – Grossing, diagnosis, microscopic pictures, sketches, and more!


Fast accessioning, grossing, diagnosis entry, and support for pictures, designed to fit high throughput dermatopathology practice.

GYN Cytopathology

Complete Bethesda standard cervical cytology diagnostic menu.

FNA/Non-GYN Cytopathology

FNA Cytopathology specimen and diagnostic data collection unlike anyother system. Check it out!

Hematopathology (Aspiration and Biopsy)

Bone marrow and other tissue aspiration as well as hempath lesional biopsies are gracefully handled with complete accuracy

As an anatomic pathologist who specialized in breast pathology, I used a forerunner of the current system on hundreds of cases over several years.  The ability to rapidly and accurately fill the required data points saved me time, organized my thoughts and allowed me to focus on special aspects of each case ensuring a comprehensive report for each patient.

Judith Hugh, MD

Former divisional director of anatomic pathology, University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB, Canada

One of the main challenges in running an efficient modern pathology laboratory is finding a user friendly, easily integrable and versatile laboratory information system that is designed to meet the demands of the different phases of the specimen-test cycle, from the pre-analytic to analytic and post-analytic.

Stellar, the anatomic pathology laboratory information system is a client-server application  that we have been using at SPHMMC’s pathology department for the last five years. It is a seamless system that addresses each and every aspect of the specimen-test cycle, starting from accessioning to report generation, including monitoring and auditing the overall process; and, ever since we integrated the system, it has hugely impacted our workflow and efficiency, especially in generating timely, useful and standardized pathology reports, thus impacting positively in advancing the main mission of the institute, that of advancing the quality of health care.

Selamawit Tadesse, MD

Pathologist, Head of Department of Pathology, SPHMMC, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia