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  • No abnormalities visualized
  • No growth in culture specimen

  • Bronchoscope is inserted through the nose or the mouth
  • Observes the condition of the upper airways through the eyepiece

  • Diagnostically to visualize possible tumors, obstruction, secretions, bleeding sites, or foreign objects in the tracheobronchial system
  • To permit the collection of secretions for cytologic and bacteriologic study as well as for assessing tumors
  • Therapeutically to remove foreign objects from the tracheobronchial tree
  • To remove secretions that are obstructing the air passages.
  • To fulgurate and excise lesions

  • Patient distress

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