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Why is a biopsy done with cystoscope sometimes and not others?
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Dr. Louis Grenzer
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
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In brief: Depends on fingings
If the doctor sees nothing abnormal, he would be unlikely to do a biopsy.
If he sees a suspicious area that might be cancer for instance, then he would be likely to do a biopsy.

In brief: Depends on fingings
If the doctor sees nothing abnormal, he would be unlikely to do a biopsy.
If he sees a suspicious area that might be cancer for instance, then he would be likely to do a biopsy.
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