Friday, November 4, 2011

Lung Cancer

Lung Cancer, Derived from bronchial epithelial cells. Breathing air pollution is very contribute to the occurrence of this disease. Cancer-causing pollutants The most common is cigarette smoke, fumes or dust associated with work such as asbestos, chromium, nickel, poison gas, ether, and coal smoke.

Lung Cancer, The possibility of lung cancer in smokers is 20 times more high compared with nonsmokers.In lung cancer, cells spread on the surface of the bronchus and metastasized to other body parts.

Symptoms of chronic cough with bloody sputum,breath sounds are often due to obstruction and infection of the lungs. Too often the presence of fluid in the pleural cavity and metastases to the brain,liver and bone.

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