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N.k. Sood – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Laparoscopy versus ultrasound guided renal Biopsy in dogs using automated Biopsy Gun
    Indian journal of veterinary surgery, 2016
    Co-Authors: A.k. Gupta, Bhadwal, N.k. Sood

    Abstract:

    The study was conducted on eight apparently healthy dogs, divided into two groups. Renal core tissue biopsies were obtained under ultrasound and laparoscopic visual guidance in animals of groups I and II, respectively, with a double spring loaded automatic 16G Biopsy Gun having 19 mm Biopsy notch. The success rate to obtain the target tissue (100% in group II and 73% in group I), mean sample size (18±0.33 mm in group II and 12±0.96 mm in group I), and number of glomeruli (15.88±2.75 in group II and 9.13±2.54 in group I) were significantly higher (P

  • laparoscopy versus ultrasound guided renal Biopsy in dogs using automated Biopsy Gun
    Indian journal of veterinary surgery, 2016
    Co-Authors: A.k. Gupta, N.k. Sood

    Abstract:

    The study was conducted on eight apparently healthy dogs, divided into two groups. Renal core tissue biopsies were obtained under ultrasound and laparoscopic visual guidance in animals of groups I and II, respectively, with a double spring loaded automatic 16G Biopsy Gun having 19 mm Biopsy notch. The success rate to obtain the target tissue (100% in group II and 73% in group I), mean sample size (18±0.33 mm in group II and 12±0.96 mm in group I), and number of glomeruli (15.88±2.75 in group II and 9.13±2.54 in group I) were significantly higher (P<0.05) in laparoscopy group. Both techniques provided Biopsy samples of diagnostic quality and post-Biopsy self limiting haematuria was a minor complication with both techniques. Though ultrasound guided needle Biopsy was comparatively easier to perform and less time consuming, it can result in massive haemorrhage by inexperienced user.

  • Clinical studies on the ultrasound guided Biopsy of liver and kidneys in dogs
    Indian journal of veterinary surgery, 2012
    Co-Authors: S.k. Mahajan, Singh, Jitender Mohindroo, N.s. Saini, S.k. Uppal, N. Singh, N.k. Sood

    Abstract:

    The study was conducted on 21 clinical cases of dogs for various abdominal disorders, which included ultrasound guided Biopsy (USGB) in 12 cases of liver and 9 cases of kidneys. The accuracy of the technique in liver was 91.66%. The accuracy of the technique was 88.88% in cases of kidneys. It was concluded that USGS with Biopsy Gun using free hand technique was an easy, safe and accurate technique for obtaining sufficient and good quality tissue for histopathological diagnosis in cases of hepatic and renal affections in dogs.

Zhang Wan-le – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Clinic evaluation of prostate Biopsy with automatic Biopsy Gun by transrectal ultrasound guidance in diagnosis for prostate cancer
    China Practical Medicine, 2010
    Co-Authors: Zhang Wan-le

    Abstract:

    Objective Clinic evaluation of prostate Biopsy with automatic Biopsy Gun by transrectal ultrasound guidance in diagnosis for prostate cancer.Methods 1.Positive results in digital rectal examination(DRE).2.Transrectal ultrasound shows hypoechoic nodes,4 ng/mlPSA10 ng/m.3.102cases(PSA10 ng/ml)were used the six standard sites prostate Biopsy with transrectal ultrasound guidance.Results 39 cases were diagnosed prostate cancer in 102 cases.There were not serious complications in the prostate Biopsy patients.Conclusion Transrectal ultrasound-guided automatic needle prostate Biopsy Gun for multi-point to provide a clear clinical diagnosis of prostate cancer,safe and more successful rate for sampling in diagnosis for prostate cancer.

Doina Pisla – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Design of a Needle Insertion Module for Robotic Assisted Transperineal Prostate Biopsy
    New Trends in Medical and Service Robots, 2018
    Co-Authors: Calin Vaida, I. Birlescu, Nicolae Plitea, Nicolae Crişan, Doina Pisla

    Abstract:

    The paper presents the design of a needle insertion module for robotic assisted transperineal prostate Biopsy, using a commercially available Biopsy Gun. The module is designed to be used as an end-effector for different robotic systems suitable for this medical task. The geometric and kinematic parameters of the insertion module are presented in correlation with a set of experimental data that supplied critical inputs for the solution development.

  • An Innovative Parallel Robotic System for Transperineal Prostate Biopsy
    New Trends in Mechanism and Machine Science, 2016
    Co-Authors: Bogdan Gherman, Nicolae Plitea, Doina Pisla

    Abstract:

    The paper presents an innovative robotic system for prostate Biopsy. The system has two modules, one for the TRUS guidance and the other one for the Biopsy Gun guidance, each one having 5 DOF. The complete analytical kinematic models of the two modules are presented. An extensive singularity analysis has been developed and solutions to avoid these configurations have been given, ready to introduce them into the robot control.