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Utility of Core Needle Biopsies and Transbronchial Biopsies for Diagnosing Nonneoplastic Lung Diseases.

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Summary of "Utility of Core Needle Biopsies and Transbronchial Biopsies for Diagnosing Nonneoplastic Lung Diseases."

- Small lung biopsies (core needle biopsies and transbronchial biopsies) are the most common-and often the first-lung sample obtained when a radiologic abnormality is detected and tissue diagnosis is required. When a neoplastic diagnosis cannot be made but pathologic abnormalities are present, it is useful for pathologists to have a list ("menu") of specific nonneoplastic diagnoses that can be made in these samples.

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Name: Archives of pathology & laboratory medicine
ISSN: 1543-2165
Pages: 1054-1068

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