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Caption: Figure 4: (a) Hematoxylin and eosin staining of a specimen obtained from pancreatic mass with EUS-guided fine needle biopsy. (b) Biopsy fragments show invasive carcinoma morphologically similar to the carcinoma identified in the supraclavicular lymph node and the mediastinal mass.
Needle catheter for transbronchial aspiration, device for endoscopic fine needle biopsy under ultrasound guidance, with a needle, stent with delivery system, stent with delivery system, stent of the esophagus
Wetzler, "Ultrasound-guided fine needle biopsy of the spleen: high clinical efficacy and low risk in a multicenter Italian study," American Journal of Hematology, vol.
(6) Lymph node excision or fine needle biopsy as a therapeutic and diagnostic measure to determine the etiology of the underlying illness has long been a practice.
Cutaneous metastases can be diagnosed on excisional biopsy or by fine needle biopsy.[sup.23] Treatment is usually excision and can be curative if it is solitary or palliative in disseminated metastatic disease.