fine-needle biopsy

fine-nee·dle bi·op·sy

the aspiration and removal of tissue or suspensions of cells through a small needle.
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Preoperative evaluation of parotid tumors by fine-needle biopsy.
Histopathology, the study marrow / lymph nodes, immunohistochemistry staining selective, histopathological examination of biopsy of the liver, histopathological examination of biopsy the kidney, marking Herr-receptors, marking receptor, fine-needle biopsy (the insertion of the ultrasound) study intraoperative autopsy, cytology , gynecological cervical cytology.
Role of fine-needle biopsy in the diagnosis of hydatid cyst.
These nodules should undergo a repeat ultrasound and a repeat ultrasound-guided fine-needle biopsy within 6-12 months of the initial assessment, the guidelines recommend.
Veterinarians usually diagnose MCTs by obtaining cells from the mass via a fine-needle biopsy and performing a microscopic examination (cytology) of the cells.
Veterinarians typically diagnose MCTs by obtaining cells from the mass via a fine-needle biopsy and performing a microscopic examination (cytology) of the cells.
Fine-needle biopsy and core-needle biopsy are safe methods of establishing a diagnosis of rhabdomyosarcoma without delay.
The needle can be used for fine-needle biopsy of lesions of submucosal and extramural lesions within or adjacent to the tracheobronchial tree or gastrointestinal tract.
Edward, age 62, was diagnosed with adenocarcinoma of the head of the pancreas by endoscopic ultrasound fine-needle biopsy.
But for women anguished by the fear they may have a cancer, the most important aspect of these specialised breast clinics is that you get to have an examination, an investigation such as a mammogram and ultrasound, and a painless fine-needle biopsy done by a specialist, all completed in the one visit.