(This procedure/test may also be known as: Methacholine Challenge Test, Histamine Challenge Test)
A bronchial challenge test is used to help diagnose asthma. The test uses medication called methacholine or histamine to determine airway reactivity. It involves the patient breathing the agent and doing a series of spirometry tests.
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