fine needle aspiration

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fine needle aspiration

Diagnostics A method of in which a thin or “skinny”–18- to 23-gauge needle is used to suck in cells or tissue bits for diagnoses; the sites selected for FNAs are often guided by radiologists with fluoroscopy, CT, MRI
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IntroductionUltrasound guided fine needle aspiration biopsy (FNAB) proves to be the most economical and reliable diagnostic procedure to identify thyroid nodules that need surgical excision.
Fine needle aspiration biopsy with adjunct immunohistochemistry in intraocular tumor management.
Fine needle aspiration biopsy in the oral cavity and head and neck region.
Fine needle aspiration biopsy for cytological and biochemical assessment can confirm the nature of the cyst and is usually found to have a high amylase and protein content (6).
Transthoracic fine needle aspiration biopsy -- sensitivity in relation to guidance technique and lesion size and location.
The present study was done on 54 cases of breast lump to determine the advantage of core biopsy over fine needle aspiration biopsy.
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He has standardized a percutaneous needle aspiration biopsy method for retrieving testicular cells from live bulls for studying testicular changes without affecting reproductive health and semen production.
Diagnostic yield of fine needle aspiration biopsy in HIV-infected adults with suspected mycobacterial lymphadenitis