What's A Bone Lesion Biopsy and How It Is Performed?

A bone lesion biopsy is when the doctor grabs a tiny piece of bone or bone marrow to check it out.

They use an x-ray or other scans to find the exact spot, numb it up, make a small cut, and gently poke a special drill needle into the bone to grab a sample. Once they have it, they patch you up and send the sample to the lab.