biopsy instrument

biopsy instrument

A generic term for any excising instrument designed for directed biopsy of abnormal areas seen grossly or during colposcopy or endoscopy.
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Limited Tenders are invited for Rate Contract Of Reusable Core Biopsy Instrument And Coaxial Biopsy Reusable Needles.
A 16-gauge BioPince Full Core biopsy instrument (Argon Medical Devices, Plano, Texas) is used for juxtacortical or intramedullary soft issue component, if present.
The Argon product portfolio is highlighted by the OptionELITE retrievable IVC Filter, CleanerXT and Cleaner15 Rotational Thrombectomy Systems, BioPince Full-core Biopsy Instrument, TLAB Transjugular Liver Biopsy Instrument, Atrieve Vascular Snare, Skater Drainage Systems and T-LokBone Marrow Biopsy Needles.
The expected introduction of newer biopsy related devices such as ProMag Ultra Automatic Biopsy Instrument, Breeze Vacuum Biopsy System, and Affirm breast biopsy guidance system by companies such as Angiotech Pharmaceuticals Inc.
Approximately 1 cm of skin was sectioned with a surgical blade to expose the LM) Approximately 5 g of LM tissues was taken from about 6 cm depth near the 13th rib using a spring-loaded biopsy instrument (Biotech Nitra, Republic of Slovakia).
Biopsy samples were obtained using a Bard Magnum Core Biopsy Instrument with a 14-gauge, 13 cm needle.
Performing a breast biopsy with a directional, vacuum-assisted biopsy instrument.
Comparison of the Z-sampler and Novak endometrial biopsy instrument for in office diagnosis of endometrial cancer.
Standard adult biopsies were performed using a PROMAG ULTRA Automatic Biopsy Instrument with a throw (advancement) of 25 mm.
Using ultrasound and biopsy instrument simultaneously, the biopsy needle is gradually directed into the lower pole cortex of the kidney (Schelling & Tamarkin, 2003, Tomson & Plant, 1997).
All biopsies were performed using the Bard Max Core Disposable Biopsy Instrument.
sent in the same pearl and says this tactic brings even the most reluctant tissue into the jaws of the biopsy instrument while simultaneously reducing the patient's sense of discomfort.