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Fine-needle aspiration

Introduction: Fine-needle aspiration

Description of Fine-needle aspiration

Fine-needle aspiration: The removal of tissue or fluid with a needle for examination under a microscope. Also called needle biopsy.
Source: National Institute of Health

Fine-needle aspiration: tissue sampling method to test for neoplastic cells, particularly breast tissue.
Source: CRISP

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