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Armed Forces Institute of Pathology

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  1. a US government institution concerned with diagnostic consultation, education, and research

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  2. founded in 1862 as the Army Medical Museum and is located in Washington, DC on the grounds of the Walter Reed Army Medical Center

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  3. primarily provides second opinion diagnostic consultations on pathologic specimens, e.g. biopsies, from military, veteran, and civilian medical, dental, and veterinary sources

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  4. The unique character of the AFIP rests in the expertise of its civilian and military staff of diagnostic pathologists whose daily work consists of the study of cases that are difficult to diagnose owing to their rarity or their variation from the ord

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  5. The accumulation of such cases has resulted in a rich repository of lesions, numbering over three million, that have been the basis of major pathological studies

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