CT-guided biopsy of subdiaphragmatic small renal nodule with the coaxial technique using MPR images

CT-guided biopsy of subdiaphragmatic small renal nodule with the coaxial technique using MPR images

Authors

  • Luca Saba Goupe ELSAN: Clinique du Cap-d'Or 1361 Avenue des Anciens Combattants Français d'Indochine, 83500 La Seyne-sur-Mer
  • Francesco Saba
  • Federica Fellini

Keywords:

Small renal nodule; CT-guided biopsy; MPR images, Coaxial Technique.

Abstract

Summary. Purpose: To demonstrate the advantages of CT-guided biopsy of subdiaphragmatic small renal nodule with the coaxial technique using MPR images. Methods: The study included retrospectively 12 patients who underwent CT-guided biopsy with 18 G needle of subdiaphragmatic small renal nodule (<15 mm) suspected. Histology reports have been the reference standard. Results: The histology was diagnostic in 12 biopsies (100%): out of 10 neoplastic nodule (83.3%), 8 were malignant (80%) and 2 were benign (20%); 2 out of 12 were non-neoplastic (16.6%). No procedural complications were observed (0%). Conclusions: By using MPR images there is an effective improvement during coaxial CT-guided biopsy of subdiaphragmatic small renal nodule difficult to reach and to reduce the complication as pneumothorax. (www.actabiomedica.it)

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23-12-2019

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Saba L, Saba F, Fellini F. CT-guided biopsy of subdiaphragmatic small renal nodule with the coaxial technique using MPR images. Acta Biomed [Internet]. 2019 Dec. 23 [cited 2024 Jul. 20];90(4):426-31. Available from: https://www.mattioli1885journals.com/index.php/actabiomedica/article/view/7479