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 FNAC is a type of minimally invasive tissue sampling done with fine needle Guided FNAC are most commonly done under real time USG guidance where a thin needle is used to aspirate the abnormal tissue /cells. These cells obtained through FNAC are later evaluated by pathologist.

• It is particularly useful for sampling deep and diffuse lesions. It is a done for superficial lesions for controlled sampling of the area of interest.

• Guided FNAC are most commonly done from lesions in Thyroid, Breast, lymph nodes & abdominal lesions etc.

• There is no standardized post procedure care after FNAC. Compression of the site with gauze to control minor bleeding may be done.

• Complications are uncommon with appropriate FNAC technique, usually limited to slight bleeding or infection.

• Sometimes FNAC may be repeated if diagnostic material is not sufficient. Alternatively, core biopsy may be attempted.