A biopsy is a way of diagnosing diseases. A doctor removes a sample of tissue or cells to be examined by a pathologist, usually under a microscope. A pathologist is a specialist who is trained to examine a sample of tissue for signs and extent of disease under a microscope. Depending on the aim, a biopsy may be excisional or incisional: An excisional biopsy is when a whole lump or targeted area is surgically removed. An incisional biopsy, or core biopsy, involves taking a sample of tissue. After doing the Grossing of the depending on the size of Biopsy Tissue, it is been Process in different gradients of Alcohols, Liquid paraffin Wax, Xylene for fixation of the tissue and then taken the sections through Microtome on a glass slide and further stained by Hemotoxylin and Eosin and mounted with DPX and examined under microscope for malignancy, inflammation or benign and report is released. if required further tests are advised. The nature of possible underlying disease states can often be detected by microscopically visualizing histologic changes in tissue biopsies.
No special preparation is needed for Biopsy Tissue. Inform your doctor if you are on any medications or have any underlying medical conditions or allergies before undergoing Biopsy Tissue. Your doctor depending on your condition will give specific instructions.
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