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    1. Using Optical Coherence Tomography to Make Needle Biopsies Safer

      Using Optical Coherence Tomography to Make Needle Biopsies Safer

      Stereotactic needle biopsy continues to be widely employed in the diagnosis of intracranial lesions. Despite an overall low complication rate, hemorrhage remains one the most common and potentially serious risks of the procedure. Previous series have reported a symptomatic hemorrhage rate of 3% to 6%, with a minority requiring craniotomy and hemorrhage evacuation. 1-4 Though certain factors inherent to the lesion or the patient have been known to increase hemorrhage risk, 2 , 3 up until this point there has been little that surgeons can do intraoperatively to avoid hemorrhage after a trajectory has been selected. A new report in Science ...

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