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Biopsy - Bone (Core Biopsy < 2 CM) Test - Price, Normal Range | Sprint Diagnostics Hyderabad

Bone biopsy is a diagnostic procedure in which a small piece of bone tissue is removed from the body for examination under a microscope. This procedure is essential in diagnosing various bone disorders, including infections, cancers, and other bone diseases. A core bone biopsy involving tissue of less than 2 centimeters is less invasive and is usually performed using a needle-like instrument.

During the procedure, a healthcare professional inserts a needle through the skin and into the bone. This requires precision and knowledge of the bone structure. The sample of bone is then analyzed in a laboratory, where specialized testing can provide information about the health of the bone and the presence of any abnormalities.


  • Test Name Biopsy - Bone (Core Biopsy < 2 CM)
  • Sample Type Bone tissue
  • Preparations Required Prior to the biopsy, patients should inform their doctor of any medications they are taking. Patients may be advised to stop taking blood-thinning medications and avoid eating or drinking for a specified period before the procedure.
  • Report Time 5 days

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Frequently Asked Questions

A bone biopsy helps to diagnose conditions affecting the bone such as infections, bone cancers, and other disorders. It can also help to evaluate the extent of diseases and assess the effectiveness of ongoing treatments.

A core bone biopsy is performed under local or general anesthesia. The doctor will make a small incision over the area where the bone sample will be taken. A needle is inserted through the skin and into the bone to remove a core of bone tissue. The procedure usually takes about 30 minutes to an hour.

The patient may feel pressure or a dull ache during the procedure, but it should not be painful. Any discomfort after the procedure can usually be managed with over-the-counter pain medication.

As with any procedure, there are risks associated with a bone biopsy, such as infection, bleeding, and reactions to anesthesia. However, these risks are generally low.

After the procedure, you may experience some discomfort at the biopsy site. Your healthcare provider will give you instructions on how to care for the wound and manage any pain.

It typically takes about 1 to 2 weeks for the results of a bone biopsy to be available. Your doctor will discuss the results with you once they are ready.

If your biopsy results indicate a bone disease or cancer, your doctor will discuss the next steps for treatment or further testing.

In some cases, the results of a bone biopsy can help determine the stage of bone cancer, but additional tests may be required for a comprehensive assessment.

Before the procedure, it's essential to follow any instructions provided by your healthcare team, including fasting or adjusting medications. It’s also important to inform your doctor about any allergies or health conditions you have.

There are alternative diagnostic tests, such as blood tests and imaging studies, but a bone biopsy is often the most definitive way to diagnose bone diseases and cancers.

The accuracy of biopsy results can be affected by various factors, including the size and location of the sample, and the presence of certain substances or medications in the body.

Yes, a bone biopsy can be performed on patients of all ages, including children. However, the approach and anesthesia may vary depending on the age and health of the child.

If the biopsy results are abnormal, it is important to consult an orthopedic specialist or oncologist for further evaluation and guidance on treatment options.

A core bone biopsy is an essential diagnostic tool for identifying and understanding various bone disorders, particularly bone cancers. It is a relatively safe procedure, but it is important to follow all pre- and post-procedure instructions provided by your healthcare team. Understanding the procedure and knowing what to expect can help alleviate concerns and ensure that you are well-prepared for the biopsy.

Biopsy - Bone (core biospy <2 CM)
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