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Medical Dictionary Definitions A - Z - «B»:

  1. Biopsy Biopsy
    Biopsy: The removal of a sample of tissue for purposes of diagnosis. (Many definitions of "biopsy" stipulate that the sample of tissue is removed for examination under a microscope. This may or may not be the case. The diagnosis may be achieved by other means such as by analysis of chromosomes or ge...
  2. Biopsy, bone marrow Biopsy, bone marrow
    Biopsy, bone marrow: See: Bone marrow biopsy....
  3. Biopsy, brain Biopsy, brain
    Biopsy, brain: See: Brain biopsy....
  4. Biopsy, breast Biopsy, breast
    Biopsy, breast: See: Breast biopsy....
  5. Biopsy, endometrial Biopsy, endometrial
    Biopsy, endometrial: See: Endometrial biopsy....
  6. Biopsy, excisional Biopsy, excisional
    Biopsy, excisional: See: Excisional biopsy....
  7. Biopsy, incisional Biopsy, incisional
    Biopsy, incisional: See: Incisional biopsy....
  8. Biopsy, liver Biopsy, liver
    Biopsy, liver: See: Liver biopsy....
  9. Biopsy, muscle Biopsy, muscle
    Biopsy, muscle: See: Muscle biopsy....
  10. Biopsy, punch Biopsy, punch
    Biopsy, punch: See: Punch biopsy....
  11. Biopsy, sentinel-lymph-node Biopsy, sentinel-lymph-node
    Biopsy, sentinel-lymph-node: See: Sentinel lymph node biopsy....
  12. Biopsy, skin Biopsy, skin
    Biopsy, skin: See: Skin biopsy....
  13. Biopsy, stereotactic needle Biopsy, stereotactic needle
    Biopsy, stereotactic needle: See: Stereotactic needle biopsy....
  14. Biosafety Biosafety
    Biosafety: The application of knowledge, techniques and equipment to prevent personal, laboratory and environmental exposure to potentially infectious agents or biohazards. Biosafety defines the containment conditions under which infectious agents can be safely manipulated. The objective of containm...
  15. Biosafety level Biosafety level
    Biosafety level: A specific combination of work practices, safety equipment, and facilities which are designed to minimize the exposure of workers and the environment to infectious agents. The biosafety levels are: Level 1 -- This level applies to agents that do not ordinarily cause human disease...