Faculty

Daniel W Visscher [M.D.]

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  • Affiliations : Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Rochester, MN

 

  • Dr. Daniel Visscher received his BS degree from Indiana University and his MD degree from the Indiana University School of Medicine. He took his Residency training in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology at the University of Indiana Medical Center and a Fellowship in Surgical Pathology and Cytology at the University of Alabama, Birmingham Medial Center. He is certified by the American Board of Pathology in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology. Dr. Visscher is a Consultant and Professor of Pathology at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, MN. He was previously Professor of Pathology and Director of Surgical Pathology at The University Of Michigan Health System in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He is Senior Associate Editor of the journal, Human Pathology, and serves on the editorial board of the journal, Modern Pathology. He has contributed chapters to numerous medical texts and is the author of Pathology an Outline and Study Aid.
  • Dr. Visscher has been a pathologist at three academic practices, including Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., University of Michigan and Wayne State University. He has been a professor of pathology since 2000.
  • Dr. Visscher is a devoted "generalist" and has participated mostly on surgical pathology services, although autopsies, breast consults, pulmonary pathology consults, cytology and even placenta sign-outs have been a part of his practice at various times along the way. He has been a pathology course director, a surgical pathology director and even a residency program director during his career, all of which serve to show that he has been around the profession for quite some time now.

 

 

 

American Board of Pathology - Anatomic and Clinical Pathology

Dr. Visscher has been a runner his entire life, still logging around 40 miles a week. He is a fanatical gardener and loves old books. 

  • Breast, GYN and GU: The Essentials of Accurate Surgical Pathologic Diagnosis
  • Diagnostic Challenges of Breast, GU, Thoracic, Endocrine and ENT Pathology
  • Meeting the Challenge of Difficult to Diagnose Lung, Breast, Gastrointestinal and Cutaneous Biopsies
  • Women's Cancers: Surgical Pathologic, Cytologic, IHC and Molecular Diagnosis of Breast and Genital Tumors

Past Lectures

  • Part 2: Pathology of Benign Breast Disease with Special Reference to Atypia Variants, Cancer Mimics and Papillary Lesions (02/21/2014)
  • Unusual Breast Lesions (02/20/2014)
  • Problems with Intrepretation of Needle Core Breast Biopsies (02/19/2014)
  • Problems with Breast Cancer Staging (02/18/2014)
  • Part 1: Pathology of Benign Breast Disease with Special Reference to Atypia Variants, Cancer Mimics and Papillary Lesions (02/17/2014)
  • Unusual Breast Lesions (02/24/2012)
  • Problems with Breast Cancer Staging (02/23/2012)
  • Problems with Interpretation of Needle Core Breast Biopsies (02/22/2012)
  • Pathology of Benign Breast Disease With Special Reference to Atypia Variants, Cancer Mimcs and Papillary Lesions Part 2 (02/21/2012)
  • Histology of Benign Breast Disease With Special Reference to Atypia Variants, Cancer Mimics and Papillary Lesions: Part 1 (02/20/2012)
  • Partial Sampling & Specimen Fragmentation as Sources of Misdiagnosis of Needle Core Breast Biopsies (06/23/2011)
  • Demystifying the Interpretation of Molecular Prognostic Assays of Breast Cancer (06/23/2011)
  • Sentinal Lymph Node Evaluation, Microinvasion & Tumor-Size Assessment in Breast Cancer Staging (06/22/2011)
  • Microglandular Hyperplasia, Solid Papillary Carcinoma, Spindle Cell & Other Unusual Lesions of the Breast (06/21/2011)
  • Atypical Hyperplasias, Flat Atypias and DCIS of the Breast (06/20/2011)
  • Problems with Staging of Breast Carcinomas (06/16/2010)
  • The Clinical Impact of Molecular Prognostic Assays (06/16/2010)
  • Unusual Breast Lesions (06/15/2010)
  • Mistakes to Avoid in Needle Core Breast Biopsies (06/14/2010)
  • Mammary Atypias: Historical Perspectives and Recent Developments (06/14/2010)

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