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A biopsy is a procedure done to take a sample of tissue from an abnormal mass or lump inside the body. When the doctor uses images with the help of ultrasound, CT scan, or fluoroscopy to help obtain a biopsy, it is called image-guided biopsy. This prevents damage to the nearby structures and makes access to difficult areas easy. The other advantages include smaller incisions, no stitches, fast recovery, and takes a shorter time. It is used to diagnose conditions like lymphoma and cancer in kidneys, liver, lungs, and soft tissues. This procedure is done under conscious sedation.
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