A Punch Biopsy is a procedure in which a small round piece of tissue about the size of a pencil eraser is removed using a sharp, hollow, circular instrument. The tissue is then checked under a microscope for signs of disease. A punch biopsy may be used to check for certain types of cancer or skin conditions and changes that may lead to cancer.
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Dr. Dean and her staff are always on point and make you feel very comfortable.
Dr. Rothstein is a very attentive, kind, and knowledgeable Doctor. I trust her and she makes the process easier.
I've been going to Dr. Greenberg for 15 years he's so amazing but I must say the overall practice of Northshore OBGYN is just so caring, professional and wonderful. The services they offer are outstanding.
She explained everything to me and spent the time to make sure I was comfortable throughout the procedure.
Promptness and social distance procedures between patients.
Professional, warm, welcoming, quick, simple check in. [Single best thing is...] the speed - in and out in maybe 10 minutes for my biopsy.
Quick procedure and always a pleasure to deal with Dr. Martins.
There was no time allotted for numbing and biopsies. This was extremely painful and I felt it was an overall unprofessional atmosphere
Everything explained thoroughly in a compassionate manner. Quickly initiated appointments for next steps.
Dr. Runk has established herself as extremely competent and I have complete confidence in her. I have been her patient for over 13 years and she has done a great job through my cancer and later issues that have come up. She is calm, not overreacting, but wisely doing due-diligence when action is called for.
Kind, efficient, professional people. Dr. Runk listens, answers all questions and is proactive in treatment.