Endoscopy ultrasound

<p style="\&quot;font-family:" helvetica,="" arial,="" sans-serif;="" margin:="" 0px="" 24px;="" padding:="" 0px;="" line-height:="" 1.5em;="" color:="" rgb(17,="" 17,="" 17);="" font-size:="" 20px;="" font-style:="" normal;="" font-variant-ligatures:="" font-variant-caps:="" font-weight:="" 400;="" letter-spacing:="" text-indent:="" text-transform:="" none;="" white-space:="" word-spacing:="" -webkit-text-stroke-width:="" background-color:="" rgb(255,="" 255,="" 255);="" text-decoration-style:="" initial;="" text-decoration-color:="" text-align:="" justify;\"="">When combined with a procedure called fine-needle aspiration, EUS allows your doctor to sample (biopsy) fluid and tissue from your abdomen or chest for analysis. EUS with fine-needle aspiration can be a minimally invasive alternative to exploratory surgery.EUS techniques are also used in certain treatments, such as draining pseudocysts.


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