Biopsy sample representing an entire (small) lesion, removed surgically both as diagnosis and treatment
A biopsy in which the goal is complete removal of a suspicious skin.
Doctor removes the entire lump.
The surgical removal of an entire skin lesion along with a portion of the surrounding tissue.
Surgical removal of a lump or suspicious tissue by cutting the skin and removing the tissue.
a medical procedure where a sample of tissue is removed from a patient for examination
an en bloc excision of the entire lesion including a narrow margin of normal tissue and is used for superficial lesions with no obvious attachment to the underlying muscle
a surgical procedure in which an entire tumor, along with a small rim (or margin) of normal tissue around it, is removed
a surgical procedure in which the entire area of concern and some surrounding tissue is removed for analysis
a surgical procedure in which the entire lump area and a margin of surrounding tissue are removed for examination
a surgical procedure in which the entire lump area and some surrounding tissue is removed for examination
Used to describe a surgical procedure that removes an entire suspicious area of breast tissue. Making a Diagnosis
Taking the whole lump out.
Removing the entire tumor.
Type of biopsy in which a surgeon cuts through the skin to remove the entire mass (excisional biopsy) or a small part of a large tumor (incisional biopsy).
the surgical removal of the entire lump or suspicious area. The tissue is checked under the microscope to see if it is abnormal or normal.
surgery to remove tissue for examination.
Tumor or mass is removed from the breast, and cut into Wn sections that are microscopically studied to see if cancer cells are present.
The surgical removal (excision) of an abnormal area of tissue, usually along with a margin of healthy tissue, for microscopic examination. For example, excisional biopsies remove the entire lump from the breast.
surgical removal of tissue for pathological analysis
Used to describe a surgical procedure that removes an entire suspicious area of breast tissue and is further analyzed for the presence of tumor cells.
a surgical procedure in which an entire lump or suspicious area is removed for diagnosis. The tissue is then examined under a microscope.
Surgery that completely removes a small breast lump during tissue sampling. The tissue is studied under the microscope to see if cancer cells are present. Excisional biopsy usually is performed if the physician suspects that a breast lump is benign (not cancerous). Excisional biopsy is NOT a lumpectomy.
removal of an entire lump or suspicious tissue
The removal of the entire suspected breast lump and a surrounding margin of normal tissue.
This involves the cutting away of a tissue to completely remove it. There are many types of excisional biopsies and each is named for the particular area of the body which is removed.
Surgical removal of the whole lump and some surrounding tissue.
A biopsy in which an entire biopsy in which an entire lesion, is removed. A excisional biopsy is in contrast to an incisional biopsy in which only a sample of tissue is cut into (incised) and removed.
Surgical removal of an entire mass in order to determine what it is.
A surgical procedure in which a tumor is removed and examined under a microscope to check for cancer cells.
The surgical removal (excision) of an abnormal area of tissue, usually along with a margin of healthy tissue, for microscopic examination. (Read about " Biopsy")
The surgical procedure of removing a tumor by cutting it out. The biopsy is then examined under a microscope.
A type of surgical biopsy in which an entire lesion or abnormal group of cells and tissue as well as a surrounding margin of normal-appearing tissue are removed.
surgery to remove a tumor or mass which is then studied under a microscope to see if cancer cells are present.