Pacific Rim Pathology

Routine Histology

Routine staining and special stains are a core element of tissue-based diagnosis and/or research. Colorization of otherwise transparent tissue sections allows for our team of highly trained pathologists to identify the presence of particular cell types, structures and microorganisms when reviewing a given sample. 

In histopathology, the term “routine staining” refers to the hematoxylin and eosin stain (H&E) that is utilized as the “routine” stain on tissue specimens to reveal underlying tissue structures and conditions.

Gallery of sample H&E stains from our lab below: