Bronchoscopy is the most commonly performed procedure in interventional pulmonology. Bronchoscopy involves insertion of a thin camera through the mouth into the windpipe, allowing for a complete examination of the air passages. Biopsies can be obtained at the time of the procedure. Majority of bronchoscopies are performed under general anesthesia, during which you are kept comfortably asleep with no discomfort or recollection of events post procedure.
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