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a slender tubular instrument used to examine the bronchial tubes

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Flexible bronchoscopic management of benign tracheal stenosis: Long term follow-up of 115 patients.
When combined with other bronchoscopic samples, the need for further invasive methods decreases significantly.
Furthermore, all the patients were studied in terms of the relationship between bronchoscopic findings and bleeding control with 2 drugs.
Caption: FIGURE 4A: Bronchoscopic view of the broncholith partly buried in the airway wall.
3] P Mounier-Kuhn, "Expansion of the trachea, radiographic and bronchoscopic findings," Lyon Medical, vol.
Caption: Figure 2: Bronchoscopic examination showed that the vegetating mass (a) is completely resolved after third month of treatment (b).
Bronchoscopic thermal vapour ablation (InterVapor; Uptake Medical, USA) uses high-temperature water vapour delivered into the target lung segments through a catheter with precise amount of energy, thereby inducing thermal damage resulting in permanent airway fibrosis.
The lesion was peripheral and hence bronchoscopic biopsy could not be obtained.
Anthracotic pigmentation in the bronchial mucosa is a bronchoscopic finding of pneumoconiosis, or evidence of heavy atmospheric soot.
Bronchoscopic biopsy confirmed small cell carcinoma of the lung.
Non neoplastic Lesions of the Tracheobronchial Wall: Radiologic Findings with Bronchoscopic Correlation.
Chan HS, et al analysed the ability to make a definitive diagnosis in sputum smear negative pulmonary tuberculosis by bronchoscopic aspiration; bronchoalveolar lavage (BAL) and examination of post-bronchoscopy sputum were compared.
The diagnosis requires clinical and radiologic information in addition to microbiological examination ([greater than or equal to] 2 positive sputum cultures or 1 bronchoscopic or biopsy culture) (1).
1-10 Endobronchial lipomas are often treated by bronchoscopic resection for preventing lung damage.
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