Nope, not bronchiectasis.

Bronchiectasis is essentially the abnormal dilatation of the main bronchi, with chronic inflammation and fibrous scarring of the lung tissue. It can be caused by bronchial obstruction - in this case, the tumour - but the symptoms include a recurrent cough productive of large quantities of purulent sputum, which this patient conspicuously didn't have. Sorry.

Try again.