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examination of tissues or liquids from the living body to determine the existence or cause of a disease

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In the case of a biopsy taken during surgery, a result can sometimes be available within minutes.
Needle-track metastasis after transthoracic needle biopsy.
The Mann-Whitney U test was used for the statistical comparisons of values that were obtained for each immunohistologic parameter for skin biopsy specimens from patients with ATBF and patients with Mediterranean spotted fever; p<0.
Overall, 55% had a needle biopsy as their initial biopsy, 42% had surgical biopsy, and 3% had a onestage procedure involving definitive surgery without prior biopsy.
More than a dozen Indiana hospitals and breast centers have adopted the ATEC[R] system as it biopsy device of choice--half are among the nation's leading physicians using the MRI-compatible system.
As treatments for liver disease improve, biopsy may be less relevant for treatment decisions.
The site of the biopsy was recorded and classified as abdominopelvic, chest, superficial soft tissue, or bone.
All who had the shave biopsy went to initial surgical management based on the depth of the shave.
Since previous studies have demonstrated that most serious infectious complications occur within 30 days of TRUS-PB, we documented the presentation to the emergency department and the ambulatory care centre within 1 month of the biopsy.
Precision Biopsy is pleased to announce that Amir Tehrani has joined as Chief Executive Officer to manage commercial expansion after the company successfully demonstrated the unique ability of its technology to accurately diagnose prostate cancer in patients in a Phase 1 clinical trial.
The Global Biopsy Forceps Industry 2015 Market Research Report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Biopsy Forceps industry.
The study evaluated a total of 35 patients undergoing ultrasound-guided biopsies using Smart Fusion between February 2013 and May 2014, including 33 liver lesion biopsies, one renal core biopsy and one renal lesion biopsy.