1. Biopsy

Imaging-guided percutaneous biopsies in patients in oncology provide an accurate diagnosis of malignant tumors. Percutaneous biopsy results are improved by correct use of sampling procedures. The risks of percutaneous biopsy are low and its complications are generally moderate. These risks can be reduced using aids such as blund tip introducers, hydrodissection and correct patient positioning. The multidisciplinary team meetings dialogue between oncologist, surgeon and radiologist correctly defines the indications in order to improve the treatment strategies.


Fine-needle aspiration cytology (FNAC) must be included in an integrated radiopathologic breast cancer screening program to guarantee the best performance. In this context, FNAC is one of the better methods to apply during a breast cancer screening program.

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