• Lung Biopsy

Lung biopsy

Carrying a renowned aura around him, Dr. Satya Ranjan Sahu is a specialized Pulmonologist currently operating in South Delhi. Being a chest specialist, he has been successfully treating patients over the years through lung biopsy, helping them attain a healthy respiratory system. If you are facing any respiratory issue and seek professional, book an appointment with us today without any delay.

Lung biopsy is a form of medical operation that usually involves the removal of tissue or growths from the lungs. A skilled pulmonologist like Dr. Satya might recommend you a lung biopsy due to various reasons like abnormalities in the chest. After analyzing a patient’s condition, the doctor will suggest you with several types of biopsy, depending upon the need of the hour.

Dr. Satya recommends people to understand the nature, risk, and benefits of a lung biopsy that might reduce their anxiety level, helping them get more comfortable throughout the process.

The different type of lung biopsy that a doctor can suggest to patients might include the following:

  • Needle biopsy procedure
  • Open biopsy
  • Bronchoscopic biopsy

Probably every treatment comes along with a certain risk factor that needs to be adhered to. Dr. Satya himself educated his patients about the risk factors associated with the treatment. After the mutual consent only, he further steps ahead towards the treatment procedure.

Some of the major and common risks include:

  • Chest infection
  • Dental damage due to anesthesia & bronchoscopy
  • Changes in the blood pressure
  • Blood clots
  • Bleeding
  • Rapid heartbeat
  • Cardiac events post-surgery
  • Fever
  • Shortness of breath

A lung biopsy procedure is widely known effective for the diagnosis of the condition, ‘Cancer’. If a pulmonologist like Dr. Satya identifies abnormalities in the chest during a CT scan or chest X-ray, he will surely recommend biopsy at an immediate term. The procedure is a must to perform the activity for all those who have suspected cancer in their chest.

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