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Bone Marrow Biopsy

Bone Marrow Biopsy

CBC, Peripheral Smear and BM aspiration report is mandatory

Bone marrow biopsy is a technique in which a sample of bone marrow is collected and analyzed. Medical professionals can assess both the tissue's health and the blood cells produced normally.

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To diagnose or monitor specific medical disorders, a bone marrow biopsy is a technique in which a sample of the bone marrow which is the soft, spongy substance inside bones, is taken and studied.

Although a bone marrow biopsy is normally a risk-free treatment, there are some dangers and negative consequences to consider. These may consist of:

  • Discomfort or pain at the biopsy site
  • Infection or bleeding
  • Adverse effects of the anaesthesia

How long does it take for a bone marrow biopsy?

The patient may have some discomfort or bruising at the biopsy site after a bone marrow biopsy. It is typically advised to avoid heavy activity for a day or two after the surgery and to rest for a few hours. The doctor or other medical professional will give detailed instructions on how to take care of the biopsy site and when to check back for the results.

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