Endoscopy of the Respiratory Tract (Bronchoscopy)

An endoscopy of the respiratory tract (bronchoscopy) allows one to view the inside of the trachea and its branches (bronchia) in the lungs, and to check for pathological changes. This procedure is completely painless and is performed using a very thin, flexible instrument (bronchoscope) by means of an electronic camera and check for pathological changes.
If necessary, tissue samples can be obtained for fine-tissue analysis. The patient is in a fasting state when the examination is undertaken, and a detailed consultation takes place beforehand with the doctor.

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