incision biopsy

in·ci·sion bi·op·sy

removal of only a part of a lesion by cutting into it.

in·ci·sion bi·op·sy

(in-sizh'ŭn bī'op-sē)
Removal of only a part of a lesion by incising into it.
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An incision biopsy of the lesion from the maxillary sinus was submitted to the Department of Oral Pathology at Sree Balaji Dental College and Hospital.
The histopathology of the incision biopsy demonstrated sheets of polyhedral epithelial cells in a moderately collagenous connective tissue.
Excision and incision biopsy had 100% tissue diagnostic yield with 32.
12] In the majority of studies, incision biopsy is more accurate than core biopsy but is associated with higher rates of morbidity.
Core needle biopsy and incision biopsy were useful tools in the diagnosis of soft-tissue sarcoma, but at 76.
7] FNAC has revolutionized the diagnosis of cervical lymphadenopathy, decreasing the morbidity of excision or incision biopsy of lymph node.
Summary of clinical course and interventions Year Presentation + intervention 1987 Primary excision 1989 Lesion recurred, re-excised 1990 Painful scar, wide local excision 1990 Two further excisions + skin grafts + radiotherapy 1991 Lesion recurred, 2 further excisions + skin grafts 2008 Ulceration, incision biopsy and subsequent further excisions and radial forearm free flap
An incision biopsy was taken from the lesion, which revealed superficial and deep perivascular, nodular and interstitial, bottom-heavy infiltrate comprised predominantly of lymphocytes, which showed a marked crush artifact (Figures 2-4).
The investigators divided the population by biopsy type: wide excision biopsy (279 patients), narrow excision biopsy (109), excision biopsy with positive margins (52), and incision biopsy (31).
Diagnosis of actinomycosis was could have been established by incision biopsy.
26) In situations where the size of the primary lesion prevents a diagnostic excision biopsy, an incision biopsy of a representative area of the lesion is acceptable.
The result of fine needle aspiration cytology was correlated with result of histopathological examination of excision or incision biopsy of neck mass.