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- noun A second or subsequent
- verb To make a second or subsequent biopsy
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"We have had in the last few years a number of series that raised the issue of rebiopsy, and this [study] falls in line with those," he said in an interview.
Northwestern University in Chicago, in explaining why he and a growing number of other oncologists have started to rebiopsy women who were originally diagnosed a year or more before the discovery of metastases.
"There's certainly a trend moving back to rebiopsy."
"However, rebiopsy may provide a profound psychological benefit and the impact of anxiety on successful surveillance must not be underestimated."