I didn't see the answer I too am looking for. I had a core needle biopsy. It was inconclusive also. What other tests can they do to make sure it's conclusive next time? I understand core needle is better than needle biopsy, right? What other things can they do to assure I don't get another inconclusive result? They took several samples so I don't know what the problem was....
What a wonderful website! I've been suffering from burning headaches across the forehead that I was told could be TMJ. Now since I'm working in a call center and using a headset, they seem to be worse and more constant. Your thoughts would be most appreciated! Thanks,
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