Image-Guided Biopsies and Aspirations
The procedure is minimally invasive and can avoid the need for a surgical biopsy.
Image-Guided Biopsies and Aspirations General Questions
An image-guided biopsy is a procedure conducted by our expert doctors to take a sample from the patient’s body and send it for testing. The procedure is minimally invasive and can avoid the need for a surgical biopsy. Pathology results are usually available to referrers a few days after the biopsy.
An image-guided aspiration is a procedure used by our doctors to drain or remove fluid or excess fluid. This fluid is often drained to help relieve symptoms and, if required, sent off for testing. The results from the pathology testing are usually available to referrers a few days after the aspiration.
Our image-guided biopsy and aspiration locations
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