Biopsy - (BY-op-see) - "view of the living"
Biopsy is the removal of a sample of tissue from the body for examination. The tissue is examined under a microscope to assist in diagnosis. Many medical conditions, including all cases of
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
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 Publications and Research on Biopsy-Introduction[The impact of KIT and other concomitant gene mutations on the prognoses of patients with core-binding factor acute myeloid leukemia]. - Published by PubMed
[The impact of KIT and other concomitant gene mutations on the prognoses of patients with core-binding factor acute myeloid leukemia]. - Published by PubMed
[Classification of the types of pediatric posterior fossa brain tumors based on routine MRI using wavelet transformation analysis of whole tumor]. - Published by PubMed
A case of recurrent constrictive pericarditis induced by pericardial substitution with an expanded polytetrafluoroethylene membrane. - Published by PubMed
Cell-Type-Specific Analysis of Molecular Pathology in Autism Identifies Common Genes and Pathways Affected Across Neocortical Regions. - Published by PubMed