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Ocassionally, a sample of tissue does not reveal a diagnosis. A report such as this may be returned as "inconclusive." In that case, there are still several options.
If the likelihood is low that the abnormality in your family member's chest is cancer, you may opt to wait and do a repeat scan in a few months. Similarly, even if the spot may be cancerous and having a precise diagnosis wouldn’t alter treatment, you may choose to wait.
If on the other hand a diagnosis is important, you and your doctor may choose to repeat the biopsy
or find a different means of obtaining a tissue sample.
The risks of a lung biopsy vary depending on the type of procedure, the location of the tissue and your general health. The most common complications are bleeding or an air leak from your lung.
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