Handling of aspirated material

  • Sven Grønvall

Abstract

A correct diagnosis can often be made based on the clinical setting and the sonographic study alone. In many cases, however, ultrasonically guided needle aspiration is essential to obtain a final diagnosis as precisely, rapidly and gently as possible.

Keywords

Cholesterol Creatinine Chlorine Bilirubin Amylase 

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