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Hows stereotactic biopsy procedure done?

Hows stereotactic biopsy procedure done?

Computerized locati: The suspicious density, seen in x-ray but can not be felt , this area is located in two or more planes, marked, computer guided needle enters, at the marked site and takes biopsy, radio opaque, marker is placed for future reference, that biopsy was taken from correct location , then simple small dressing will be applied. ...Read more

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Ent And Head And Neck Surgery (Definition)

Also known as otolaryngology, this medical specialty deals with the diagnosis and (medical & surgical) management of diseases of the ears, nose, mouth, throat, neck, sinuses, voice box and face. Some areas of expertise in otolaryngology include voice and swallowing problems, facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, allergy, hearing and balance disorders, nasal and ...Read more


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What is a sentinel node biopsy procedure?

What is a sentinel node biopsy procedure?

Sentinel node: Injecting a dye, it initially goes to mother nodes or sentinel nodes and from there nurse to whole node basin. Biopsy of these mother nodes save to biopsy or removing whole nodal areas if sentinel node negative. ...Read more

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Fine needle aspiration biopsy. Do I need to repot as an operation or surgery?

Fine needle aspiration biopsy. Do I need to repot as an operation or surgery?

Not likely: This type of biopsy, using a small needle, is usually done as a minor office procedure, possibly with ultrasound guidance. You likely can eat before the procedure, but should probably have someone available to bring you home after the biopsy. But check first with your medical provider. ...Read more

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Average cost of lymph node biopsy with out insurance? Is an excisional biopsy in neck done under local anesthesia?

Average cost of lymph node biopsy with out insurance? Is an excisional biopsy in neck done under local anesthesia?

UCR: Usual, customary, and reasonable fees may vary. The usual and customary fee is defined as the charge for health care that is consistent with the average rate or charge for identical or similar services in a certain geographical area. In your area, van nuys, range is $1000- $1300. ...Read more

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Smr turbinates(h) ethmoidectomy total, sphenoid & maxillary endoscopy w tissue removal, prtl excision turbinates fees image guidance please translate

Smr turbinates(h) ethmoidectomy total, sphenoid & maxillary endoscopy w tissue removal, prtl excision turbinates fees image guidance please translate

FESS: Smr: this means that the surgeon removed inner tissue of the turbinate while sparing the outer lining (mucosa). Sounds like they were partially removed too. The rest relates to opening various sinuses under the guidance of a special ct scan photo (taken prior to surgery). ...Read more

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How accurate is an office hysteroscopy endometrial biopsy &polypectomy in showing cancer or hyperplasia?

How accurate is an office hysteroscopy endometrial biopsy &polypectomy  in showing cancer or hyperplasia?

Not entirely - : To make these diagnoses - of cancer and hyperplasia - a pathologist really must examine slides of biopsies or smears. These diagnoses cannot be made with any certainty without microscopic examination. ...Read more

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Is a fine needle or excisional biopsy better to diagnose lymphoma?

Is a fine needle or excisional biopsy better to diagnose lymphoma?

Excisional: Excisional biopsy is more accurate for diagnosis of lymphoma, because the samples are much larger. Fine needle aspiration (fna) can make the diagnosis, and is much less invasive - however, the sample is much smaller, and can miss the involved portion of the lymph node. ...Read more

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Nasal polyp removal surgery - is it an easy or painful procedure?

Nasal polyp removal surgery - is it an easy or painful procedure?

Not usually painful: Nasal polyp surgery today is either performed with an endoscope or a microscope. Depending on the surgeon's experience and training, almost all the nasal and sinus inflammation can be removed. However, you should know that this is a genetic disease and recurrences are common. The nose is frequently packed for a few days. Pain is moderate but pressure in the face may be significant. ...Read more

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Do surgical margins matter for benign breast conditions (after excisional biopsy surgery)? Would re-excision be necessary if no malignancy is found?

Do surgical margins matter for benign breast conditions (after excisional biopsy surgery)?  Would re-excision be necessary if no malignancy is found?

Possibly yes: Carcinoma insitu, is a pre cancerous lesion, it has the potential of becoming cancer and is treated aggressively. Getting a clear margin around it is a good idea and recommended as it is with malignant lesions. Carcinoma insitu is not benign but it has not grown into a full cancer. Just making sure this is not what you were referring to. ...Read more

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Is transjugular biopsy performed by a hepatologist or interventional radiologist, or both?

Is transjugular  biopsy performed by a hepatologist or interventional radiologist, or both?

Mostly neither: It isnt the generally used procedure. Not only is it a big deal, it is ONLY used in complicated patients because the general biopsy technique of just ramming a needle through the skin into the liver is a lot simpler. Surgical specialist with medical clearance in a hospital setting is the usual for this all but abandoned procedure. ...Read more

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Does an ENT perform surgery for pathologies (cyst, tumor) inside the nose?

Does an ENT perform surgery for pathologies (cyst, tumor) inside the nose?

YES: An ENT surgeon would be a Doctor who works on these areas and types of conditions. ...Read more

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Whether biopsy is always done after apendicitis surgery?

Whether biopsy is always done after apendicitis surgery?

Please clarify: Sometimes surgeons will biopsy during surgery for appendicitis, if they see something unusual while inside the abdominal cavity. If this does not answer your question, please clarify what organ or tissue was biopsied. ...Read more

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Should my girlfriend have a hysterectomy or leep loop electrosurgical excision procedure ?

Should my girlfriend have a hysterectomy or leep loop electrosurgical excision procedure ?

Depends: The answer to this question really depends on her diagnosis. I assume she has some sort of problem with her pap smear. Usually cervical issues, those conditions found in a pap test, dont require hysterectomy. The leep can be both diagnostic and treat most conditions involving her cervix, but she should consult her doctor as to why either procedure should be done. ...Read more

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Is a general surgeon qualified to perform gastric bypass surgery?

Is a general surgeon qualified to perform gastric bypass surgery?

Yes, but inquire exp: All bariatric-only surgeons started as general surgeons. Surgeons who do a variety of procedures are sometimes your best technical operators. You do want to ask about experience. Also want to make sure he/she has a good after-surgery program. Finally, look for a compassionate surgeon. ...Read more

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Is sterotactic biopsy coveredvin an office setting?

Is sterotactic biopsy coveredvin an office setting?

No: I assume you are asking about a stereotactic biopsy of a brain lesion. This requires a ct scanner and special equipment which is only possible in a hospital setting. However, baring complication, this could be a same day procedure. It depends entirely on your surgeon. ...Read more

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Whats invovled with nasal polyp removal surgery?

Whats invovled with nasal polyp removal surgery?

Endoscopic surgery: This is usally an out-patient surgery done using endoscopes. Many times image guided surgery (gps for the sinuses) is used to prevent complications. ...Read more

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Biopsy (Definition)

Biopsy is tissue removed by needle or cutting to remove part of a body part. It is usually a small amount of material that is processed by a pathologist. Most of the time it is stained and looked at through a microscope to arrive at a diagnosis. Special processes are done for some tissues or problems. The purpose is to tell what the problem is (diagnosis). ...Read more