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Myocardial biopsy: A myocardial biopsy is the removal of a small piece of tissue from the heart muscle. This biopsy is performed with a local anesthetic and involves inserting a catheter through a vein or artery in the neck, arm, or groin area, using fluoroscopy to guide its placement; a tool with pincers on the end removes the tissue.
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