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Muscle biopsy

muscle biopsy --> biopsy, muscle

(Science: investigation, procedure, surgery) A procedure which involves the removal of a small specimen of muscle tissue for microscopic analysis.

A muscle biopsy is used to distinguish between neurological and myopathic (muscle disease) disorders, identify muscular dystrophy, diagnose muscle infections and identify connective tissue disorders (necrotising vasculitis).


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... back out to India as my last hope and within a week i had all scans and biopsy tests done and results back. It turned out that i had T.B in the uterus! ... carbs and molds. I had extensive bloating, worsening neusea, fatigue, muscle and joint pains, crippeling abdomen... so many symptoms... inc ...

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The Fiber Disease

... and lowered resistance to disease develops over time - Localized muscle pains occur - Sharp, painful tinges in tissue are felt - Blood (reddish ... Lab diagnosis: SCABIES SCABIES - which was later proven to be incorrect Biopsy punch down tissue taken from the arm was not valid – the sample was ...

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