Biopsy - (BY-op-see) - "view of the living"
Any organ in the body can be biopsied using a variety of techniques, some of which require major surgery, while others do not even require local anesthesia (e.g., fine needle aspiration biopsy of thyroid, breast, lung, liver, etc).
After the biopsy specimen obtained by the doctor it is sent for examination to a pathologist in a preservative fluid (formalin). The pathologist prepares a written report after examining the tissues and fluids from the body under a microscope. This information helps the doctor to manage the patient's health condition appropriately.
Latest Publication and Research on Biopsy-IntroductionUse of TOF-SIMS in Vascular Biology. - Published by PubMed
CHRONIC RETINAL NECROSIS: Cytomegalovirus Necrotizing Retinitis Associated With Panretinal Vasculopathy in Non-HIV Patients. - Published by PubMed
Lamellar ichthyosis presenting as bilateral spontaneous corneal perforation. - Published by PubMed
Prevalence of amblyopia and patterns of refractive error in the amblyopic children of a tertiary eye care center of Nepal. - Published by PubMed
New IASLC/ATS/ERS Classification and Invasive Tumor Size are Predictive of Disease Recurrence in Stage I Lung Adenocarcinoma. - Published by PubMed