The diagnosis should be confirmed with a mammography and ultrasound, and possibly a fine needle biopsy, which can be done painlessly in a breast clinic.
What does FNB stand for?
FNB stands for Fine Needle Biopsy
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We have 37 other meanings of FNB in our Acronym Attic
- Fédération Nationale des Agences de Voyages du Maroc (French: National Federation of Travel Agencies in Morocco)
- FEMA National Auxiliary Voice System
- Funders Network for Afghan Women
- Foundation for North American Wild Sheep
- Fairfield National Bank (Lancaster, OH)
- Fancy New Beesly (from The Office television series)
- Fédération Nationale Bovine (French: National Bovine Federation)
- Fédération Nationale des Boissons (French: National Federation of Beverages)
- Fédération Nationale du Bois (French: National Wood Federation)
- Fencing New Brunswick
- Finska Notisbyrån (Finnish National News Agency)
- First National Bank
- First Niagara Bank (New York)
- First Northern Bank (California)
- Flexible Network Bus
- Fonds Négociables en Bourse (French: Negotiable Scholarship Fund; Canada)
- Food and Beverage (industry)
- Food and Nutrition Board (Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences)
- Food Not Bombs
- Four Non Blondes (band)
Samples in periodicals archive:
22] Cutaneous metastases can be diagnosed on excisional biopsy or by fine needle biopsy.
In March 2005 Mrs O'Malley underwent fine needle biopsy in Limerick and results from CUH said the sample was benign.
SAN DIEGO -- Cook Medical has added a 25 gage needle to its EchoTip([R]) ProCore[TM] line of fine needle biopsy (FNB) histology needles, which are designed for use in a procedure known as endoscopic ultrasound, or EUS.
As confirmed by fine needle biopsy, 24 patients (56%) had a diagnosis of adenocarcinoma, 12 patients (28%) were diagnosed with squamous carcinoma, six patients (14%) with small-cell lung cancer, and one patient (2%) with adeno-squamous carcinoma.
This notice is titled "Replication of Human Kuppfer's Cells obtained from HCV infected patients by Fine Needle Biopsy Technique.
Other capabilities and services planned for the new center include medical oncology, an extended-hour infusion/chemotherapy center, a full complement of diagnostic radiology services, including CT (Computed Tomography) Scan, Open MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) Scan, nuclear medicine, ultrasound and fine needle biopsy.