The comparison of stereotactically guided vacuum biopsy and core-cut biopsy of breast from radiographer viewpoint
ADÁMKOVÁ, J., PĚCHOTOVÁ, M., PISTULKOVÁ, A. The comparison of stereotactically guided vacuum biopsy and core-cut biopsy of breast from radiographer viewpoint. Vilnius, Lithuania, 2012.
|Anglický název:||The comparison of stereotactically guided vacuum biopsy and core-cut biopsy of breast from radiographer viewpoint|
|Autoři:||Mgr. Jindřiška Adámková DiS. , MUDr. Marcela Pěchotová , PhDr. Alena Pistulková|
|Abstrakt EN:||The aim of this contribution is to acquaint the professional community with the method of interventional mammodiagnostic procedures performed at the University Hospital in Pilsen, Czech Republic. This department is one of the ten specialised mammographic centres which perform stereotactically guided vacuum biopsy and core-cut biopsy of breast, as well. The interventional procedures are used primarily for the histology screening implementation of ambiguous lesions and for the determination of preoperative histological diagnosis which lead to the reduction of surgical diagnostic excisions number. This contribution concerns the description, the methods of implementation and the specificities of both approaches. The comparison of advantages and disadvantages of presented methods represents the main result of this work. The qualitative and quantitative recovery, the procedure complications and psychological stress of patients will be mentioned, as well. The equipment used for the interventional procedures at the department and the specialities of both types of biopsy from the radiographers viewpoint will be described. It follows from the results of comparison that stereotactically guided vacuum biopsy takes currently the leadership role. This method has some differences providing new opportunities and benefits in comparison with core-cut biopsy. The use of vacuum is the basic difference which allows to get several times larger tissue sample from the area far from the needle tip. The automatic sample eject after the procedure under the fixed position of the needle is another advantage of this method. Hence it is possible to obtain a number of samples within the single injection and to avoid unnecessary damage of tissue caused by repeated needle introduction to lesion of interest. The stereotactically guided vacuum biopsy becomes the diagnostic intervention procedure which is well tolerated by patients.|