core biopsy


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core biopsy

A large-bore biopsy, most commonly a breast biopsy from a woman with a lesion, which has been deemed suspicious by mammography and subsequently submitted for pathological evaluation.
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Until we were able to buy this machine, the core biopsy specimens were X-rayed using the unit's second mammography machine, which held up the assessment clinics.
Following another visit to her GP, Rowena was sent to a breast clinic where another core biopsy was taken under her arm and in her neck.
Its presence on imaging necessitates at the very minimum a percutaneous core biopsy for histologic diagnosis, but the lack of atypia or malignancy does not exclude associated malignancy at surgical excision.
Myeloblasts in the bone marrow core biopsy, by hematoxylin-eosin morphology or by CD34 immunohistochemical stains, were approximated at 5%.
A needle core biopsy was performed on an inguinal node.
Stereotactic needle core biopsy of the right breast showed undifferentiated cells.
describe the cytologic, small core biopsy, immunohistochemical, and molecular diagnostic features of benign and malignant musculoskeletal lesions for cytopathologists, histopathologists, and residents.
By 3pm I was on my way back to Mr Mufti who suggested a core biopsy just to be on the safe side and by 4pm I was at home, carrying on as normal.
Core biopsy under US guidance showed abundant thick collagen bands containing epitheloid fibroblasts and a stroma with small capillarysized and larger muscularised blood vessls, some of which contained peri-vascular lymphocytic inflammatory cells.
In this article I give a technical description of the following procedures: fine-needle aspiration biopsy (FNAB), cyst aspiration, core biopsy, punch biopsy, incision and drainage of lactational abscesses, excision biopsy of a breast lump and microdochectomy.
This has traditionally been through core biopsy and fine-needle aspiration cytology but more recent developments in breast radiological intervention have resulted in the introduction of newer, larger biopsy methods that have increased their diagnostic sensitivity and specificity further.