Image guided biopsy image guided percutaneous biopsy what is an image guided percutaneous biopsy a biopsy is a procedure which obtains a specimen of tissue for microscopic examination by a medical specialist pathologist this often provides precise diagnosis so that you and your doctor can make the best possible treatment decisions. Until recently the biopsy which provide so much critical information in cancer management could be obtained only surgically today fortunately most of the biopsies can be done nonsurgically through a small hole made at the skin under the guidance of ultrasound computed tomography ct and mri percutaneous image guided biopsy. Objectives upon completion of this article the reader will be able to list the main indications and contraindications for splenic biopsy and drainage describe the techniques used for image guided splenic biopsy and drainage and identify the advantages and limitations of percutaneous splenic biopsy and drainage and the possible complications that can occur. Percutaneous image guided biopsy plays an important role in the management of multiple pathologic conditions involving the musculoskeletal system the vast majority of these conditions require histologic diagnosis to guide decision making concerning treatment percutaneous image guided biopsy has supplanted open surgical biopsy as the primary modality for tissue diagnosis in this patient cohort. Percutaneous image guided breast biopsy is a method of obtaining a breast biopsy through a percutaneous incision by employing image guidance systems image guidance systems may be either ultrasound or stereotactic the breast imaging reporting and data system or birads system employed by the american college of radiology
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