The 3 Types of Biopsies and What You Should Know About Each

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A biopsy is a procedure where cells are removed from a suspicious area (like a lump in your breast) to see if they are cancerous. It’s an important procedure to have in many cases of potential breast cancer, because knowing whether or not a tumor is cancerous can be a big factor in the decision

There are three types of biopsy: fine needle aspiration (FNA or FNABx), core needle biopsy, and surgical biopsy.

The following video animation guides you through the three different types, and outlines when each specific type of biopsy is most useful.

Take a look!

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