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Malignant Pulmonary Cancer


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  1. Akijar says:
    Signs and symptoms which may suggest lung cancer include: Respiratory symptoms: coughing, coughing up blood, wheezing, or shortness of breath Systemic symptoms: weight loss, weakness, fever, or clubbing of the fingernails Symptoms due to the cancer mass pressing on adjacent structures: chest pain, Symptoms: Coughing (including coughing up blood), .
  2. Mojind says:
    Jul 24,  · Lung nodules (pulmonary nodules) and benign lung tumors, are not cancerous, but can still have serious health and respiratory implications. Learn more about lung nodules and benign lung tumors .
  3. Kek says:
    Carcinoid tumors are a rare type of lung cancer. Only 1% to 2% of lung cancers are carcinoid tumors. They usually grow slowly. They are a type of neuroendocrine tumor, meaning that they start in Author: Diana Reese.
  4. Faektilar says:
    May 07,  · Lung cancer is a group of diseases characterized by abnormal growths (cancers) that started in the lungs. People should seek medical care if they have blood in their sputum when coughing, are experiencing unexplained weight loss, or have sudden shortness of breath.
  5. Zolozilkree says:
    WebMD explains the stages of cancer -- what they mean and how they impact your treatment and chances for recovery.
  6. Faezahn says:
    A lung tumor is the result of abnormal rates of cell division or cell death in lung tissue, or in the airways that lead to the lungs. A tumor, or abnormal buildup of tissue, may form when cells divide too quickly or do not die off as they normally should. If the growth is 3 centimeters or less in diameter, it .
  7. Gagis says:
    When cancer grows in the pleural space, it causes a malignant pleural effusion. This condition is a sign that the cancer has spread, or metastasized, to other areas of the body. Common causes of malignant pleural effusion are lymphoma and cancers of the breast, lung, and ovary. A malignant .
  8. Goltisida says:
    Lung carcinoid tumors (also known as lung carcinoids) are a type of lung cancer. Cancer starts when cells begin to grow out of control. Cells in nearly any part of the body can become cancer, and can spread to other areas. (To learn more about how cancers start and spread, see What Is Cancer?).
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