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TitleImaging-Guided Interventional Breast Techniques [electronic resource] / edited by D. David Dershaw
ImprintNew York, NY : Springer New York, 2003
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Descript XIV, 212 p. online resource


Imaging-Guided Interventional Breast Techniques instructs the reader on the performance of invasive breast procedures and discusses issues related to the selection and purchase of equipment to perform these cutting edge techniques. This "how to" text will include the most up-to-date information on biopsy technology, including the advantages and disadvantages of biopsy probes. The book will also address issues of patient management and discuss the results of the latest stuides on problems in the histopathologic interpretation of tissue obtained during biopsies. Additionally, the book is designed to assist the physician in assessment of equipment in compliance with professional regulations. Enhanced by over 200 high quality images, this text is ideal for specialists who perform interventional breast procdures


Ductography -- Needle Localization for Surgical Procedures -- Patient Selection and Follow-Up for Biopsy -- Needles and Biopsy Probes -- Stereotactic Core Biopsy -- Ultrasound-Guided Core Breast Biopsy -- Magnetic Resonance Imaging Guided Localization and Biopsy -- Fine-Needle Aspiration and Cyst Aspiration -- Specimen Radiography -- Histopathology of Needle Core Biopsy Specimens -- Medical Legal Aspects of Interventional Procedures of the Breast -- Quality Control, Quality Assurance, and Accreditation

Medicine Radiology Interventional radiology Nuclear medicine Minimally invasive surgery Medicine & Public Health Imaging / Radiology Ultrasound Diagnostic Radiology Interventional Radiology Nuclear Medicine Minimally Invasive Surgery


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