What is a bronchoscopy?
A bronchoscopy is a procedure that lets your physician look at your lungs (bronchi). We may need to take a tissue biopsy for further analysis at the lab.
A bronchoscope is a long tube with a small camera on top. This tube will be inserted into the airways through your mouth or nose. The procedure takes approximately 5 to 15 minutes and does not require hospital admission.
You will receive your bronchoscopy at the Diagnostics and Treatment Center.