Biopsie rénale : techniques

Renal biopsy: techniques

History of renal biopsy: The kidney was one of the last full organs explored by percutaneous puncture-biopsy. For this deep organ, there was not only a risk of hemorrhagic complications ...
biopsie_renale

Renal biopsy: contraindications, complications

Introduction: Renal biopsy is an essential step in the study of kidney disease. It provides indispensable histological arguments which create the basis for the nosology of nephropathies, ...
Biopsie temporale

Temporal Biopsy

Indications: The biopsy is performed in case of suspicion of temporal arteritis, either in a temporal arteritis or polymyalgia rheumatica. Cons-indications: anticoagulant therapy. Principle: The ...
Biopsie Prostatique

Prostate Biopsy

Indications: The review serves to confirm or before treatment for prostate cancer and type. Principle: This is to clarify a doubt, clinical or ultrasound, realizing a sampling of the ...
Biopsie hépatique

Liver Biopsy

Indications: The interest of the biopsy should be carefully weighed before the risks. This is thanks to a liver tissue sampling to know the liver condition, information that can be ...
Biopsie du grêle

Biopsy of the Small Intestine

Indications: This is to detect diseases of the small intestine such as celiac disease, lymphoma, or Whipple’s disease. Cons-indications: Hemostasis disorders and against any indication ...
Hépatite B

Chance discovery of hepatitis B

Hepatitis B is a major public health problems worldwide. Approximately 2 billion people (one third of the world population) serological markers indicating the existence of an old infection ...
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