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Reliability of core needle biopsy ... - e-ultrasonography.org

Reliability of core needle biopsy ... - e-ultrasonography.org

-.org Ultrasonography 37(2), April 2018 121 Reliability of core needle biopsy as a second-line procedure in thyroid nodules with an indeterminate fine-needle aspiration report: a systematic review and meta-analysis Pierpaolo Trimboli, Luca Giovanella Department of Nuclear Medicine and Thyroid Centre, Oncology Institute of Southern

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RESEARCH Open Access The use of core needle biopsy as ...

RESEARCH Open Access The use of core needle biopsy as ...

Background: The reported reliability of core needle biopsy (CNB) is high in assessing thyroid nodules after inconclusive fine-needle aspiration (FNA) attempts. However, first-line use of CNB for nodules considered at risk by ultrasonography (US) has yet to be studied. The aim of this study were: 1) to evaluate the potential merit of using CNB first-line instead of conventional FNA in thyroid ...

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Efficacy of an RNA-based multigene assay with core needle ...

Efficacy of an RNA-based multigene assay with core needle ...

To evaluate the reliability of using needle biopsy samples for gene assays, we compared gene-expression profiling results between core needle biopsy (CNB) samples and surgical specimens in breast cancer. Methods: Thirty-one paired, formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded CNB and surgical specimen samples were selected from patients with hormone receptor-positive breast cancer. Total RNA was ...

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Nondiagnostic Core Needle Biopsy of the Breast under ...

Nondiagnostic Core Needle Biopsy of the Breast under ...

Conclusion: Core needle biopsy under imaging guidance is a minimally invasive diagnostic tool and promises high accuracy and reliability. However, some patients need rebiopsy to exclude hidden malignancy. The co-operation between the radiologists, surgeons and pathologists are prudent for giving the best care to the patients.

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Diagnostic Pathology BioMed Central

Diagnostic Pathology BioMed Central

Core- and cutting needle specimens are generally suitable for embedding and histological analysis, while aspiration needle speci-men comprise most often smaller cell and tissue frag-ments, which should be evaluated by cytology. It has to be considered that most needles work by applying at least two functional principles; e.g. a YN both cuts and aspi-rates. Despite the long tradition of fine ...

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BMC Cancer BioMed Central

BMC Cancer BioMed Central

gauge automated core needle biopsies (CNB) in 109 consecutive patients with breast lesions between 2006 and 2007 were evaluated. Results: In our outpatient clinic120 CNB were perfor med. In 59/120 (49.2%) cases we compared histological diagnosis on frozen sections with thos e on paraffin sections of CNB and finally with the result of open biopsy. Of the cases 42/59 (71.2%) were proved to be ...

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World Journal of Surgical Oncology

World Journal of Surgical Oncology

reliability of core biopsy in predicting the grade and type of cancer accurately as obtaining this information can influence initial therapeutic decisions. Patients and methods: A total of 105 patients who had invasive breast carcinoma diagnosed by core biopsy in year 2001 and who subsequently underwent surgical management were included. The core biopsy results were compared with final ...

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Comparative analysis of confocal microscopy on fresh ...

Comparative analysis of confocal microscopy on fresh ...

Background: Evaluation of core needle biopsies (CNB) is a standard procedure for the diagnosis of breast cancer. However, tissue processing and image preparation is a time- consuming procedure and instant on-site availability of high-quality images could substantially improve the efficacy of the diagnostic procedure. Conventional microscopic methods, such as frozen section analysis (FSA) for ...

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Post mortem computed tomography and core needle biopsy in ...

Post mortem computed tomography and core needle biopsy in ...

Post mortem computed tomography and core needle biopsy in comparison to autopsy in eleven bernese mountain dogs with histiocytic sarcoma Hostettler et al. Hostettler et al. BMC Veterinary Research (2015) 11:229 DOI 10.1186/s12917-015-0544-0. METHODOLOGY ARTICLE Open Access Post mortem computed tomography and core needle biopsy in comparison to autopsy in eleven bernese mountain dogs with ...

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Characterization of Solid Breast Masses

Characterization of Solid Breast Masses

MD, Department of Bio-Imaging and Radiological Sciences, Catholic University, Largo F. Vito 8, 00168 Rome, Italy. E-mail: [email protected] Abbreviations ACR, American College of Radiology; BI-RADS, Breast Imaging Reporting and Data System; FNAC, fine-needle aspiration cytologic examination; NPV, negative predic-

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Core practical 4: Investigate the effect of sucrose ...

Core practical 4: Investigate the effect of sucrose ...

Core practical 4 Teacher sheet Investigate the effect of sucrose concentration on pollen tube growth Practical activities have been safety checked but not trialled by CLEAPSS. Users may need to adapt the risk assessment information to local circumstances. Core practical 4: Investigate the effect of sucrose concentration on pollen tube growth Objectives Observe the growth of pollen grains ...

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