Syed Sajjad MD
Pathologist - Surgical
701 Kalsched Street LAB Marshfield, WI 54449
1978: Fellowship, Anatomic Pathology, M.D. Anderson Hospital & Tumor Institute, Houston, TX
1977: Residency, Anatomic & Clinical Pathology, Mount Sinai Hospital, Elmhurst, NY
1974: Residency, Anatomic Pathology, State University of New York, Buffalo, NY
1973: Residency, Pediatric Pathology, Children's Hospital, Buffalo, NY
1972: Internship, Pathology, SMHS Hospital, Kashmir, India
1971: MD, University of Jammu & Kashmir, Srinagar, Kashmir, India
1996 to Present: Director, Electron Microscopy Laboratory, MCHS Hospitals Inc. d/b/a Marshfield Medical Center, Marshfield, WI
1983 to Present: Pathologist, Marshfield Labs, a Division of Marshfield Clinic Inc., Marshfield, WI
1983 to Present: Attending Physician, Marshfield Clinic Inc. - Marshfield Center, Marshfield, WI
1983 to Present: Attending Physician, MCHS Hospitals d/b/a Marshfield Medical Center, Marshfield, WI
1986 to 1989: Associate Director of Laboratories & Section Head of Anatomic Pathology, Marshfield Clinic Laboratories, Marshfield, WI
1982 to 1983: Research Associate in Virology Laboratory, Children's Hospital, Buffalo, NY
1981 to 1982: Assistant Professor, Pathology, Srinagar Medical Institute, Kashmir, India
1979 to 1981: Assistant Professor, Pathology, M.D. Anderson Hospital & Tumor Institute / University of Texas System Cancer Center, Houston, TX
1979 to 1981: Associate Professor, School of Cytotechnology, Allied Health Sciences, Houston, TX
1978 to 1979: Research Associate in Pathology, M.D. Anderson Hospital & Tumor Institute / University of Texas System Cancer Center, Houston, TX
1975 to 1976: Instructor, Pathology, Mount Sinai Hospital, New York, NY
1974 to 1975: Clinical Instructor in Pathology, State University of New York, New York, NY
1978 to Present: American Board of Pathology - Anatomical / Clinical
Wisconsin Medical Society, Member
Wood County Medical Society, Member
American Society of Clinical Pathologists, Member
Sajjad SM, Mackay B, Lukeman JM. (1980). Case report of oncocytic carcinoid tumor of lung. Ultrastructural Pathology. 1 :171-6.
Sajjad SM, Ibanez ML. (1981). Familial endocrine tumors: Case report of medullary thyroid carcinoma and bilateral pheochromocytoma. Jap J Clinical Oncol. 11(1):109-16.
Sajjad SM, Begin LR, Dail DH, Lukeman JM. (1981). Fibrous histiocytoma of lung; a clinicopathological study of two cases. HISTOPATHOLOGY. 5 :325-34.
Maksymiuk AW, Fainstain V, Hopfer R, Sajjad SM, Bodey GP. (1981). Allescheria BoydII pulmonary infection in a patient with malignant disease: report of a case. Cancer Bulletin. 33(3):111-3.
Sajjad SM, Osborne B. (1982). Lymph node involvement by histiocytosis X. Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine. 106 :96-8.
Sajjad SM, Azizi MR, Llamas L. (1982). Fibrous pseudotumor of testicular tunic. UROLOGY. 14(1):66-8.
Sajjad SM, Mackay B. (1982). Hyaline inclusions in a synovial sarcoma. Ultrastructural Pathology. 3(4):313-8.
Sajjad SM, Luna M. (1982). Primary pulmonary histiocytosis X in two patients with Hodgkin's Disease. THORAX. 37(2):110.
Sajjad SM, Llamas L, Fernandiez T, Lukeman JM. (1982). Aspiration cytology of thyoma. Acta Cytologica. 26(4):503-6.
Currens SH, Sajjad SM, Lukeman JM. (1982). Aspiration cytology of metastatic oat cell carcinoma of parotid gland. Acta Cytologica. 26(4):566.
Sajjad SM, Ordonez NG. (1982). A modified trichrome stain for detection of hepatitis antigen in liver tissue. Archives of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine. 106(6):298-300.
Shallman RW, Kuehner ME, Williams GH, Sajjad SM, Sautter RD. (1985 October). Benign cecal ulcers. Spectrum of disease and selective management. Dis Colon Rectum. 28(10):732-737.
Maki HS, Hubert BC, Sajjad SM, Kirchner JP, Kuehner ME. (1987 October). Primary hepatic leiomyosarcoma. Arch Surg. 122(10):1193-1196.
Weiler B, Banerjee TK, Sajjad SM, Madler DM. (1989). Analysis of factors related to survival of gastric cancer from Tumor Registry. Cancer Communication. 3(3):125-36.
Onitilo AA, Engel JM, Sajjad SM. The possible role of hemochromatosis in testicular cancer. MEDICAL HYPOTHESES. 2011 August; 77(2):179-81.
Vinitsky A, Zaleski CA, Sajjad SM, McPherson EW. (2013 May). Intestinal Ganglioneuromatosis: Unusual Presentation of Cowden Syndrome Resulting in Delayed Diagnosis. American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A. 161(5):1085-90.