noun, plural bi·op·sies.
verb (used with object), bi·op·sied, bi·op·sy·ing.
Origin of biopsy
Examples from the Web for biopsy
In the small living room where we last met, he seemed more gaunt than wiry, his ear bandaged after a biopsy.A Friend’s Tribute to Ambassador Chris Stevens: The Diplomatic Indiana Jones|Roya Hakakian|September 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Once a PSA test comes back with an abnormal result, a biopsy is required to make a diagnosis.
But he went forward with a painful biopsy, and then opted for surgery when the biopsy showed cancer.
A biopsy, in the majority of cases, reveals the blip to be benign.