Diagnosis and management of cancer lung, Biology

Diagnosis

  1. Chest X-ray, Sputum Cytology Test 
  2. Fibro Optic Bronchoscopy and Biopsy 
  3. In later stage of disease - weight loss, Debility indicating metastasis Staging of Cancer

Management

  1. Chemotherapy/Radiotherapy alone is not sufficient. Surgical measures are ' the choice of treatment in early detected cases . 
  2. Management of Breathing
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