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ECR 2019 / C-2152
Fine Needle Aspiration Biopsy with Menghini tip: A brand-new technique for obtaining histological samples of small lesions with difficult anatomical approach
Congress: ECR 2019
Poster No.: C-2152
Type: Scientific Exhibit
Keywords: Education and training, Biopsy, Ultrasound, Interventional non-vascular, Lymph nodes, Head and neck
Authors: E. A. Moraru1, A. ANTÓN JIMÉNEZ1, J. M. Escudero Fernandez1, C. Montealegre Angarita1, R. Mast Vilaseca1, J. Halaburda Berni1, M. Gonzalo Carballés1, N. Roson2, X. Serres1; 1Barcelona/ES, 2Granollers/ES
DOI:10.26044/ecr2019/C-2152

Methods and materials

A retrospective study of Fine Needle Aspiration Biopsy (FNAB) technique was performed in 49 patients of our center (Hospital Vall d'Hebron of Barcelona), obtaining a total of 52 samples over a two-year period (February 2016 to February 2018). In 3 of the patients the technique was performed in 2 different locations.

 

Two ultrasound Systems were used: Siemens Acuson S2000 and Esaote MyLab Twice and 20G Hepashot needles (Fig. 7)

 

The different reasons for performing FNAB in these patients were:

 

● Small injuries

● Injuries in hard-to-reach locations

● Injuries near vital structures.

● Prior realization of non-diagnostic FNAB

 

A frequency analysis carried out using the following variables:

 

● Baseline characteristics of the patient (sex and age).

● Anatomical location of the lesion.

● Size of the lesion (measured in millimeters).

● Diagnostic suspicion (in the case of primary lesions) or nature of the primary lesions (in the case of suspected implantation or dissemination).

● Etiological diagnosis of the lesions.

● Diagnostic efficacy of the technique by analyzing the results of pathological anatomy (sample sufficient for diagnosis or not).

● Immediate or late complications secondary to the performance of the technique.

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