Incisión para biopsia de pulmón

En una biopsia de pulmón, se extirpa una pequeña porción de tejido pulmonar mediante una incisión quirúrgica en el pecho. Los resultados anormales pueden indicar cáncer, tumores benignos, enfermedades pulmonares y ciertas infecciones.Incisión para biopsia de pulmón


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