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Percutaneous Needle and Transjugular Liver Needle Biopsies

IRPage5Pic1.jpgWhat is a biopsy?

A Biopsy is a procedure that is performed to identify causes of a mass in the body. It is a minimally invasive technique that utilizes ultrasound and/or CT guidance for accurate localization.

What is a transjugular liver biopsy?

It is a technique to obtain a liver biopsy in patients who are at higher risk of bleeding. It is done under x-ray/fluoroscopic guidance.

What kind of anesthesia is used?

It is most commonly done with local anesthesia.

What can I expect post procedure?

Post procedure, most patients stay for a couple of hours for monitoring. They are usually discharged in two to three hours after the procedure.

IRPage5Pic2.jpgWhat are the risks involved?

Risks most commonly involved are bleeding and pain.

For more information:

Contact Interventional Radiology at 607-547-3663.

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