Cancer lung, Biology

Cancer Lung

Incidence of cancer lung is more in persons who smoke. Environmental and industrial pollution is also a risk factor in the increase in incidence.

Clinical Manifestation

Most new growths in the lungs arise from the bronchi and hence known as bronchogenic carcinoma. Asymptomatic in few persons initially. The disease is identified in a chest X-ray.

  1. Cough, Hemoptysis. 
  2. Shortness of breath and a Unilateral Wheeze. 
  3. Pain on inspiration if pleura is affected. 
  4. Friction rub, plural effusion. 
  5. Clubbing of fingers. 
  6. Fatigue.
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