Jan 13, 2019 · Endometrial biopsy: A biopsy refers to a medical procedure that involves the removal of cells or tissues, which are then examined by a pathologist under a microscope. After putting together the clinical findings, special studies on tissues (if needed), and the microscope findings, the pathologist arrives at a definitive diagnosis. Endometrial cancer screening by ultrasonography or tissue sampling is not supported by current evidence, but most cases are diagnosed at early stage. Get detailed information about potential harms of endometrial cancer screening in this summary for clinicians.
(CPT® 76830), D&C and/or endometrial biopsy If ultrasound is equivocal for intracavitary lesion, 3-D Rendering (CPT ® 76377 or CPT ® 76376) may be approved as an add-on.