I had an abnormal Lung CT in early June. The dr told me that in layman's terms it looks like connect the dots throughout my lungs. He mentioned 4 possibilities - LAM, Intistial Lung Disease, Sarcocidosis and Hypersensitive Pnemonitis. At that time he scheduled me for a broncoscopy and said if they found nothing, the next step would be an open lung biopsy. Its been a month since the bronchoscopy and the had the culture from the biopsy they got growing through today and found nothing. Would an open lung biopsy make sense now? Still have the abnormal CT to diagnose. I havent spoken directly to the dr since the procedure and now he wants me to go to his office an talk. Is is normal to have an open lung biopsy done after a normal bronchoscopy?
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