This 48-years old man with a pancreatic body mass encasing the vessels came for a CT guided biopsy. He had been told that the biopsy was "dangerous".

There are many ways to biopsy a pancreatic mass depending on the location (anterior vs posterior approach, discussed earlier), but it is a good idea in such situations to liberally use intravenous contrast before and during the biopsy and to focus on a fixed, immovable point to reach the target area.

The video explains the rest.