Cancer Biopsy

A biopsy is a diagnostic procedure typically performed by a specialist, interventional radiologist, or interventional cardiologist to remove test cells or tissues for analysis in order to determine whether a disease condition is present. The biopsy is typically divided into two categories: excisional biopsy, in which the affected tissues or cells are removed, and incisional biopsy, in which a sample is removed from the affected locality for study. When a disease is suspected, excisional biopsy will be the first attempt; if it is unsuccessful, incisional biopsy will be used to determine whether the tumour is benign or malignant.

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