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Biopsia mamaria - Medical Animation

 

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Biopsia mamaria - Medical Animation
MEDICAL ANIMATION TRANSCRIPT: Generalmente, una biopsia de mama se realiza para determinar si una zona anormal o bulto en su mama son cancerosos. En este procedimiento, se extrae una muestra de tejido de la zona afectada para que pueda ser examinada por un patlogo. Una biopsia de mama puede implicar una de las tres tcnicas principales: biopsia por aspiracin con aguja fina, biopsia con aguja gruesa o biopsia quirrgica. El mdico elegir la tcnica que mejor se adapte a su situacin. Durante una biopsia por aspiracin con aguja fina, el mdico insertar una aguja en su mama, utilizar algn tipo de gua, tal como una sonda ecogrfica, para orientar la aguja hacia la zona correcta. Luego, extraer lquido o una pequea muestra de tejido. Una biopsia con aguja gruesa se realiza para extraer varias partes pequeas de tejido o ncleos o tejido de la mama. Esta se puede guiar mediante una de varias tcnicas. Durante una biopsia con aguja gruesa estereotctica, usted se acostar boca abajo en la mesa con su mama colocada en un orificio en la mesa. El mdico le inyectar un anestsico local para adormecer la zona. Luego, mediante el uso de un mamograma digital como gua, el mdico insertar una aguja hueca en la zona afectada. Se extraen varios cilindros pequeos de tejido para examinar. Durante una biopsia con aguja gruesa guiada por ecografa, el mdico utilizar una sonda de ultrasonido para localizar la zona afectada. Se insertar una aguja hueca para extraer varios ncleos de tejido. Las biopsias por aspiracin con aguja fina y con aguja gruesa implican la extraccin de pequeas muestras de lquido o tejido mediante el uso de una aguja. Sin embargo, si no es posible acceder a la zona afectada que se detect en el mamograma o ultrasonido, mediante la biopsia con aguja gruesa o si el mdico decide extraer toda la zona, es probable que se le recomiende una biopsia quirrgica. Una biopsia quirrgica se realiza en un quirfano mediante el uso de tcnicas de biopsia por escisin e incisional. Durante una biopsia por escisin, el cirujano har una incisin en su mama y extraer toda la masa. Al final del procedimiento, la incisin se cierra. El cirujano realizar una biopsia incisional si solo se debe extraer una pequea parte de la zona afectada, por lo general, para realizar un diagnstico. Al final del procedimiento, la incisin se cierra. Si la anomala no se puede sentir, se utiliza la localizacin de la aguja para marcar la ubicacin de la zona afectada. Durante este procedimiento, el radilogo insertar un arpn en la mama a travs de una aguja con la gua de un mamograma o ultrasonido para poder marcar la zona. Se retira la aguja pero el alambre se quedar en su lugar. Luego, pasar al quirfano en donde el cirujano realizar una incisin en la mama. El mdico seguir el alambre para localizar la zona marcada, luego la extraer. Se le tomar una radiografa de la mama para garantizar que la zona marcada se haya extirpado. Luego, el cirujano cerrar la incisin.

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