Anne Drejet, MD
Dr. Anne Drejet is a pathologist based in Oakland, California. She has been practicing medicine for more than two decades. Dr. Drejet graduated from the University of New South Wales Faculty of Medicine and continued with a residency stage in anatomic and clinical pathology at the California Pacific Medical Center - Pacific Campus and a fellowship stage in cytopathology at the University of California, San Francisco. Dr. Anne Drejet is a board-certified specialist in anatomic and clinical pathology as well as in cytopathology. She is also a passionate researcher and contributed to this field with three publications that handled the following topics: benign endometrial cells increase on Papanicolaou smears, fine-needle aspiration biopsy diagnostic accuracy, fine-needle aspiration biopsy – success factors. At the moment, Dr. Drejet works for the Alameda Health System.
University of New South Wales Faculty of Medicine
California Pacific Medical Center - Pacific Campus
American Board of Pathology
Significant increase of benign endometrial cells on Papanicolaou smears in women using hormone replacement therapy.
Mount, S.L., Wegner, E.K., Eltabbakh, G.H., Olmstead, J.I., Drejet, A.E.; Obstet Gynecol. 2002 Sep.See more >>
Diagnostic accuracy of fine-needle aspiration biopsy is determined by physician training in sampling technique.
Ljung, B. M., Drejet, A., Chiampi, N., Jeffrey, J., Goodson, W. H., Chew, K., Moore, D. H., Miller, T. R.; Cancer. 2001 Aug 25.See more >>
The factors important for successful fine-needle aspiration biopsies: a comparative study of breast diagnoses at two hospitals.
Ljung, B. M., Drejet, A., Chiampi, N.; Pathology (Phila). 1996.See more >>