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Acta Endoscopica

, 26:313 | Cite as

Ponction-biopsie guidée sous échoendoscopie. Résultats et indications

  • M. Giovannini
Article

Conclusion

Il s’agit donc d’une technique simple, réalisable après un apprentissage de l’échoendoscopie sectorielle-linéaire. Actuellement, il est possible d’obtenir dans environ 80 à 85 % des cas du matériel histologique permettant une caractérisation tissulaire. Les meilleures indications sont les masses et adénopathies médiastinales, les adénopathies cœliaques, les petites tumeurs pancréatiques et les compressions extrinsèques du tube digestif.

Mots-clés

échoendoscopie ponction-biopsie guidée 

Endoscopic ultrasound-guided fine needle aspiration biopsy. Results and indications

Conclusion

It is therefore a simple technique; it can be performed after a training in sectorial-linear ultra-sound endoscopy. Currently, it is possible to obtain in around 80 % to 85 % of cases, histological material allowing a tissular characterization. The best indications are the mediastinal masses and adenopathies, the celiac adenopathies, the small pancreatic tumors and the extrinsic compressions of the digestive tract.

Key-words

endoscopic ultrasonography fine needle aspiration biopsy 

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© Springer-Verlag 1996

Authors and Affiliations

  • M. Giovannini
    • 1
  1. 1.Service de gastroentérologie et d’oncologie digestiveInstitut Paoli-CalmettesMarseilleFrance

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