excision biopsy

ex·ci·sion bi·op·sy

excision of tissue for gross and microscopic examination in such a manner that the entire lesion is removed.

ex·ci·sion bi·op·sy

(ek-sizh'ŭn bī'op-sē)
Excision of tissue for gross and microscopic examination in such a manner that the entire lesion is removed.
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Patient was planned for excision biopsy and all routine investigations were within normal limits [Figure 1].
Patients with moderate or severe dysplasia underwent an excision biopsy.
After a detailed medical history had been taken along with clinical examination, excision biopsy of involved nodes was performed in patients with cervical lymphadenopathy.
Patient satisfaction and efficacy of vacuum-assisted excision biopsy of fibroadenomas.
Histological examination from excision biopsy revealed a broad anastomosing strands of uniform, small, cuboidal, epithelial cells with lightly basophilic, round nuclei and moderate amount of pale to eosinophilic cytoplasm and demonstrated foci of small tubular differentiationFigure 2.
Most dermatologists (36%) preferred a shave biopsy for lesions suspected of being melanoma, despite guidelines from the American Academy of Dermatology (AAD) and National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) guidelines that recommend narrow excision biopsy.
She was diagnosed on excision biopsy of one of her lymph nodes.
Following excision biopsy, the specimen was sent to the Royal Hospital for histological analysis.
83 Cholecystectomy (open) 22 Hernias 6 Inguinal hernia 47 Breast 7 Excision biopsy of benign lesions 33 Mastectomy 30 Vascular 6.
Its use is strongly recommended in early diagnosis and in case of tuberculosis it obviates excision biopsy and treatment can directly be started in patient.
We tested 10 cases of excision biopsy for breast carcinoma, selecting blocks that contained invasive carcinoma, in situ carcinoma, and proliferative fibrocystic change, and stained them with both monoclonal p63 (4A4) and monoclonal p40 ([DELTA]Np63), at similar dilutions.
In such cases, close monitoring of the patients is mandatory and excision biopsy must be done before starting ATT, if facilities are available.