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Bronchoscopy Procedure Side Effects, and Complications Topic Guide

Bronchoscopy Procedure Side Effects, and Complications Bronchoscopy Procedure Side Effects, and Complications:

Bronchoscopy is performed to view the inside of a person's airway and lungs. There are two types of bronchoscopy, 1) rigid bronchoscopy and 2) flexible bronchoscopy. Risk of bronchoscopy are few, but include chest pain, cough, collapsed lung, or pleurisy.

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