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Accuracy of 16/18G core needle biopsy for ultrasound-visible breast lesions
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BULK, 18 Gauge, R.L. Brass Wire, 1 LB (200 Feet)
Introduction: Tennis elbow is a common orthopaedic problem presenting in office orthopaedics, but its exact patho-aetiology has not been identified to date. It is treated operatively when conservative measures including multiple local steroid injections are not helpful to the patients. Material and method: This was a retrospective study to assess the outcome of tennis elbow patients on whom percutaneous release of the common extensor origin was performed using an 18 gauge hypodermic needle. Data was collected by going through the patients' medical records, and follow -up by questionnaire mailed to the patient's home, to assess the outcome and patient satisfaction with the procedure.
To assess the accuracy of ultrasound-guided 16G or 18G core needle biopsy CNB for ultrasound-visible breast lesions, and to analyze the effects of lesion features. Between July and July , 4, ultrasound-detected breast lesions underwent ultrasound-guided CNB and were retrospectively reviewed. Histological findings were compared between the ultrasound-guided CNB and the surgical excision to determine sensitivity, false-negative rate, agreement rate, and underestimation rate, according to different lesion features. Final pathological results were malignant in False-negative rates were 1.