Mohit performs both flexible and rigid bronchoscopy to ensure adequate care of many disease processes. He specializes in endobronchial ultrasound (EBUS), electromagnetic navigational bronchoscopy (super dimension), laser bronchoscopy, autofluorescence bronchoscopy, narrow-band imaging, airway stenting, and whole-lung lavage for pulmonary alveolar proteinosis.
He also treats benign and cancerous diseases of the airway, including malignant airway obstruction; tracheal tumors; tracheal stenosis and branch stenosis (narrowing of the windpipe); and tracheobronchomalacia (excessive collapse of the windpipe with breathing or coughing). Complications of lung surgery, such as surgical stump breakdown or bronchopleural fistula, can be managed via bronchoscopy.
His research interest lies in optimizing advanced bronchoscopic diagnostics as well as therapeutic outcomes after rigid bronchoscopy and pleural procedures for symptom relief and improving quality of life. They are actively enrolling patients in two prospective clinical trials to evaluate the benefits of bronchoscopically implanted transponders in optimizing advanced radiation treatment techniques.