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A Lung biopsy can be performed for various reasons, such as diagnosis of lumps that appears on chest x-rays, blood streaked sputum, wheezing and difficulty in breathing, severe pneumonia, and lung cancer and associated symptoms among others.

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Lung Biopsy - Indications - Procedures - Risks - FAQs - Reference
The procedure by which tissue samples are obtained from the lung is known as lung biopsy. The biopsy tissues obtained from the lungs are examined by a pathologist. .. Read More



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