Needle aspiration biopsy

What is Needle aspiration biopsy?

The doctor puts a needle into the fluid filled swelling. Any fluid material if present, is sucked out into the syringe and spread on a glass slide to examine the type of cells and the abnormality it indicates. It is a less painful procedure yielding quick results.

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I need assistance interpreting HIDA report. I had a CT the same day that was abnormal aside from this so doctors have not really addressed HIDA...

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My wife has a small knot about pea size on her right side. If you imagin a line from her belly button around to the right side and just above the...

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some investigations need to be done to determine the nature of the lump

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I woke up this am to a lump in my forarm. I am swrioisly panicing because when you google it says sarcoma!!!!! Or soft tissuee sarcoma!!!...

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