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Definition of Biopsy: Biopsy is defined as an examination of tissue removed from a living body to discover the presence, cause, or extent of a disease. For example, We won’t know for sure until we have the biopsy result. The biopsy showed the tumor to be at Stage I and was well-defined.What does a biopsy determine?
A biopsy is a procedure to remove a sample of tissue or tumour from the body for examination under a microscope. Biopsies are used to diagnose cancer or find out whether an abnormality is non-cancerous. Tissue or cell samples can be taken from almost any part of the body.How do they perform a biopsy?
Surgeons perform this type of biopsy in an operating room. They will place the individual under general anesthesia and open the chest cavity to retrieve the tissue. Doctors use this procedure to collect a sample of lung tissue that is close to the airway. A specialist inserts a device called a bronchoscope into the lungs via the nose or mouth.How do I get a biopsy?
A biopsy is commonly done if you have a lump or swelling of a part of the body where there is no apparent cause. In these situations often the only way to confirm whether the lump is a cancer is to take a biopsy and look at the cells under the microscope. Cancer cells look different to normal cells.