A biopsy is considered the definitive method of diagnosing Mesothelioma. When applying for Asbestos Trust Funds, one of the first things they will require is to see a copy of your pathology report.
A biopsy for Mesothelioma will require examination of tissue or fluid extracted from a patients body. By examining the fluid extracted doctors can determine which type of cancer cells are present.
Thoracotomy: Biopsy of the chest cavity.
Laparotomy: Biopsy of the abdominal cavity.
Thoracoscopy: Less invasive chest biopsy taken with the help of a camera.
Laparoscopy: Less invasive abdominal biopsy taken with the help of a camera.
Mediastinoscopy: Less invasive chest biopsy depending on the location of the tumor.
Nonsurgical biopsies are used to get fluid samples from the lungs, abdomen, or heart. A needle is inserted to extract the fluid from the tumor.
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The Statutes of Limitations is the period a Mesothelioma victim has to file a lawsuit.
Statute of Limitations for Mesothelioma and asbestos exposure varies from state to state.
The Statute of Limitations begins after a diagnosis or death by Mesothelioma, not the date of their exposure.
An experienced Mesothelioma attorney can help you file a claim before your Statutes of Limitations expires.
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