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This article will broadly discuss all the histological subtypes as a group, focusing on their common aspects and for further details please refer to the specific articles on each subtype described below.
Lung cancer is a leading type of cancer, equal in prevalence with breast cancer Cough and dyspnea are rather non-specific symptoms that are common amongst those with lung cancer. Central tumors may result in hemoptysis and peripheral lesions with pleuritic chest pain. Pneumonia, pleural effusion, wheeze, lymphadenopathy are not uncommon. The term bronchogenic carcinoma is somewhat loosely used to refer to primary malignancies of the lung that are associated with inhaled carcinogens 1 and includes four main histological subtypes.
These are broadly divided into non-small cell carcinoma and small cell carcinoma as they differ clinically regarding presentation, treatment and prognosis:. Other malignant pulmonary neoplasms include lymphoma and sarcoma rare.
Several antibodies or markers from tissue samples may be useful in the diagnosis and prognostication of disease. These include. Treatment and prognosis vary not only with stage but also with cell type. In general, surgery, chemotherapy, and radiotherapy are offered according to the stage , resectability, operability, and functional status.
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On this page:. Quiz questions. Bronchogenic carcinoma: radiologic-pathologic correlation. Radiographics abstract - Pubmed citation. Edit article Share article View revision history Report problem with Article. URL of Article. Article information. Systems: Chest , Oncology.
Synonyms or Alternate Spellings: Primary lung cancer Primary lung carcinoma Bronchogenic cancer Lung cancer: general Primary lung cancer Bronchogenic malignancy Primary lung malignancy Bronchogenic carcinoma Lung cancer: overview Primary lung cancers.
Support Radiopaedia and see fewer ads. Cases and figures. Figure 1: gross pathology - squamous cell carcinoma Figure 1: gross pathology - squamous cell carcinoma. Case 1 Case 1. Figure 2: gross specimen Figure 2: gross specimen.
Case 2: squamous cell carcinoma Case 2: squamous cell carcinoma. Case 4: cavitating Case 4: cavitating. Case 5 Case 5. Case 7: hilar cancer Case 7: hilar cancer. Case 9 Case 9. Case 10 Case Case undifferentiated large cell carcinoma Case undifferentiated large cell carcinoma. Case with associated pulmonary embolism Case with associated pulmonary embolism.
Case 14 Case Case squamous cell carcinoma Case squamous cell carcinoma. Case 20 Case Case 21 Case Case 22 Case Case 23 Case Case 24 Case Case 25 Case Case causing phrenic nerve palsy Case causing phrenic nerve palsy.
Case bronchoscopic lung biopsy Case bronchoscopic lung biopsy. Imaging differential diagnosis. Pulmonary metastases Pulmonary metastases. Pulmonary tuberculosis Pulmonary tuberculosis. Pulmonary arteriovenous malformation Pulmonary arteriovenous malformation. Loading more images Close Please Note: You can also scroll through stacks with your mouse wheel or the keyboard arrow keys. Loading Stack - 0 images remaining. By System:. Patient Cases. Contact Us.
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HENN 3 , S. Association of bronchogenic carcinoma with Pancoast's syndrome and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. A case of a patient with Pancoast's syndrome associated with acquired immunodeficiency syndrome is reported. The patient was an IV drug user and was admitted to the hospital for diagnosis of apex lung mass with signs of Pancoast's syndrome.
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