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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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Fixation techniques for fine needle aspiration biopsy smears prepared off site.
Image-guided coaxial fine needle aspiration biopsy with a side existing guide comput.
During fine-needle aspiration biopsy, a small sample of cytologic material is excised from an abnormality and preserved on slides for subsequent interpretation by a cytopathologist, who makes a determination whether the material is malignant or benign.
The diagnostic value of ultrasound guided fine needle aspiration biopsy in apically located lung masses.
Because of the limitations on access to health care, efficient and cost-effective methods for diagnosis and treatment are paramount; therefore, fine-needle aspiration biopsy (FNAB), a safe, inexpensive, and accurate technique for the diagnosis of benign and malignant palpable mass lesions, is used frequently without image guidance.
Fine-needle aspiration biopsy showed abundance of lymphocytes and occasional oncocytic cells.
The vast majority of thyroid nodules deemed benign by fine-needle aspiration biopsy can be followed by observation, he said at the meeting.
Last published as Manual of gastroenterologic procedures in 1993, the fourth edition adds chapters on endoscopic ultrasound, fine needle aspiration biopsy, Stretta, Enteryx injection, and argon plasma coagulation.
SEATTLE -- A negative transbronchial needle aspiration biopsy cannot be relied upon to rule out the presence of enlarged mediastinal lymph nodes in patients with suspected lung cancer, according to findings from a large retrospective study.
The rare published cytologic reports describe mammary carcinomas with features of carcinoid tumor and poorly differentiated NEC comprised of medium to large cells diagnosed by fine needle aspiration biopsy.
The present study was done on 54 cases of breast lump to determine the advantage of core biopsy over fine needle aspiration biopsy.
Intraoperative testing; cytodiagnostyczne study; Pap smears; zluszczeniowej cytology examination; fine needle aspiration biopsy - the material; fine needle aspiration biopsy; core needle aspiration biopsy - a material additional histochemical staining; immunohistochemistry; study HER-2; material oncology; time of the study; study consultation.
Focal myositis presents as a rapidly enlarging neck mass that can be misdiagnosed by fine-needle aspiration biopsy and/or radiologic imaging as either an infective ora neoplastic process.
Fine nnedle aspiration biopsy of lymph nodes in the modern era: reactive lymphadenopathies.