Aspiration

Definition of Aspiration:

Inhalation, or removal of fluids or gases from a cavity using suction.

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Biopsy

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“...A fine-needle aspiration biopsy involves inserting a thin needle to remove a small amount of tissue, sometimes using CT or ultrasound to guide the needle...”
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Esophageal Stricture (narrowing)

...the condition
“...There is also an increased risk (with regurgitation) of having food, fluid, or vomitus enter the lungs and cause aspiration pneumonia...”

Kidney Cancer

...the condition
“...Cystoscopy (to rule out blood in the urine that results from other health problems such as kidney stones or traumatic kidney injury); Fine needle aspiration...”

Leukemia

...the condition
“...If leukemia is suspected then the next step is bone marrow aspiration or biopsy...”

Liver Abscess

...the condition
“...abdominal pain; Vomiting; Diagnosis and Tests: A diagnostic workup generally includes several of the following: Abdominal ultrasound; Abdominal CT scan or MRI; Complete blood count; Liver abscess aspiration (verifies bacterial infection); Liver scan; Liver function tests; Blood test; Stool test; Treatment and Prevention: When detected in time, a liver abscess is usually treatable...”

Male Breast Cancer

...the condition
“...Diagnosis and Tests: Because most cases present with a palpable mass, fine needle aspiration cytology is extremely useful...”

Multiple Myeloma

...the condition
“...Bone marrow aspiration or bone marrow biopsy can detect an increase in the number of plasma cells in the bone marrow...”
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Parkinson's Disease

...the condition
“...Other possible complications that can increase risk of death include aspiration (breathing in food or foreign objects), deep vein thrombosis, or pulmonary embolism...”

Pneumonia

...the condition
“...This is known as aspiration pneumonia...”

Sjogren's Syndrome

...the condition
“...For example, aspiration pneumonia can happen when a person breathes in food instead of swallowing it (dry mouth can keep you from swallowing food properly), and the food gets stuck in the lungs...”

Steatorrhea

...the condition
“...duodenal aspiration for Giardia, serum gastrin for Zollinger-Ellison disease, etc...”

Urinalysis

...as a treatment
“...Suprapubic transabdominal needle aspiration of the bladder...”
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