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CT guided

adjective Referring to a diagnostic biopsy taken from a focal abnormality identified by computed tomography (CT).
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After obtaining informed consent, CT-guided percutaneous transthoracic biopsy of the left lesion was performed and the histopathologic examination was consistent with an adenocarcinoma.
CT-guided stereotactic aspiration of brain abscesses.
Subsequent CT-guided biopsy revealed metastatic disease.
24) report on two cases of ganglion cysts of the PCL of the knee treated with CT-guided aspiration and both patients had relief from pain and had no recurrence of the cysts at the 2-year follow up.
The transpulmonary needle path should be as short as possible to reduce the risk of abundant hemoptysis during CT-guided transthoracic needle biopsy.
Percutaneous CT-guided aspiration and core biopsy of pulmonary nodules smaller than 1 cm: analysis of outcomes of 305 procedures from a tertiary referral center.
9,11,16,18) In this study, CT-guided FNAC had the highest diagnostic yield (74.
The risks of cardiotoxicity have decreased tremendously through newer techniques, such as CT-guided anatomical planning, which minimize the radiation dose that the heart receives during breast treatment.
We called our device the 'Painless CT-guided Biopsy Device'", the team members said.
22) CT-guided fine needle aspiration (FNA) of the necrotic tissue can be considered prior to initiation of antibiotics or if there is no clinical improvement following treatment with antibiotics.
Definite diagnosis of thymoma is confirmed by tissue CT-guided trucut biopsy or biopsy taken at anterior mediastinoscopy.
Based on the patient's probability of malignancy, management options include continued CT surveillance, positron emission tomography (PET) imaging, CT-guided needle lung biopsy, bronchoscopy with biopsy, or surgical wedge resection (algorithm 1).