KNOW HOW IT IS DONE AND HOW TO UNDERSTAND THE RESULT OF THE BIOPSY OF THE UTERUS - DIAGNOSTIC EXAMS

Learn how it is done and how to understand the result of the Uterine Biopsy



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A uterine biopsy is a diagnostic test used to identify laboratory abnormalities in uterine lining tissue that may indicate abnormal growth of the uterus, infections of the uterus, and even cancer. Learn all about this procedure in What It Is and What the Biopsy Is for. Usually, uterine biopsy is recommended by the gynecologist when abnormal changes occur in the female reproductive system, such as excessive bleeding outside the menstrual period, pelvic pain or difficulty getting pregnant, for example