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|Bovine Viral Diarrhea (BVD) Immunohistochemistry||$35.00|
|Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) Immunohistochemistry (IHC)||$35.00|
|Food Animal Diarrhea for Tissue Samples||$171.00|
|Food Animal Diarrhea Panel for Fecal Samples||$134.00|
|Food Animal Respiratory Disease Panel||$171.00|
|Gross Necropsy plus Histopathology||$93.00|
|Gross Necropsy plus Histopathology and Lab Tests for Multi-System Disease Investigation or General Health Survey||$240.00|
|Gross Necropsy plus Histopathology and Lab Tests for One-Organ System Disease Investigation||$166.00|
|Large Animal Spinal Exam||$86.00|
|Mail-in/Delivered Necropsy Samples for Multi-Organ System Investigation – 1 Animal||$210.00|
|Mail-in/Delivered Necropsy Samples for One-Organ System Investigation – 1 Animal||$151.00|
The University of Missouri Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory (VMDL) is a full-service veterinary diagnostic laboratory and Missouri’s only laboratory accredited by the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians. The VMDL is a Level I Lab of the National Animal Health Laboratory Network, Tier I Lab of the FDA Veterinary Laboratory Response Network, and a National Poultry Improvement Plan authorized lab. The VMDL maintains an effective quality assurance and quality control program.
The VMDL has formal anatomical pathology, clinical pathology, and clinical microbiology training programs. The VMDL faculty hold academic appointments in the Departments of Veterinary Pathobiology and Veterinary Biomedical Sciences. The director is administratively responsible to the dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine for the overall operation of the laboratory and its multiple missions of public service, teaching, research and continuing education/extension.
The VMDL faculty and staff work diligently to provide relevant, timely and cost-effective diagnostic services to our clients and to create a positive learning environment for our students and residents. In 2019, the VMDL processed approximately 51,668 accessions and performed more than 167,000 diagnostic tests. The diagnostic service was utilized by veterinarians and owners in 107 counties in Missouri and 44 US states and Canadian provinces.