Risiko der Feinnadel-Aspirationsbiopsie

  • Edward H. Smith

Zusammenfassung

In den letzten Jahren hat sich in der diagnostischen Radiologie ein enormer Fortschritt durch die Einführung und Verbesserung von Ultraschall, Computertomographie, digitaler Angiographie und Kernspinresonanz (NMR) ergeben. Trotzdem besteht weiterhin in vielen Fällen die Notwendigkeit einer exakten histologischen oder zytologischen Diagnose, bevor eine definitive, nicht selten radikale Therapie eingeleitet wird. Als Methode der Wahl hat sich dazu die Feinnadel-Aspirationsbiopsie erwiesen. Diese Methode ist einfach und schnell durchführbar, nicht teuer und vor allem offensichtlich risikolos. Dieses Verfahren ermöglicht eine zytologische Diagnose von pathologischen Prozessen praktisch an jeder Stelle des Körpers.

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