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Lung Cancer Surgery

Surgery 2

what is the leading cancer killer of women and men lung
what type of cancer is associated with asbestos exposure mesothelioma
what is the most aggressive type of lung cancer and is not surgically treated small cell lung cancer
what type of lung cancer presents most frequently as systemic disease small cell: highest rate of mets
most common type of lung cancer non-small cell 80%
2 most common types of non-small cell lung cancer squamous, adenocarcinoma
squamous cell lung cancer is usually where in the lung central
adenocarcinoma lung cancer is usually where in the lung peripheral
what are the levels for stage 3b (T4 w/ N0-2), and (T1-4 w/ N3)
what are the levels for stage 4 any T or any N with M1
what is the presentation of stage 1 lung cancer predominately asymptomatic while more advanced is symptomatic
what fraction of patients present to PCP with stage 3-4 lung cancer 2/3
what are the most frequent symptoms associated with advanced lung cancer cough, wt loss, dyspnea, chest pain, hemoptosis, bone pain, lymphadenopathy, hepatomegaly, clubbing, horseness, SVC syndrome
lung cancer is the most common cause of death by malignancy in which population men
in which population is there an increasing incidence in lung cancer young, white, non-smoking females
what is the most common cause of death in lung cancer distant metastases
what lung tumor is the most common non-small cell
of the non-small cell lung cancers which are the most common centrally squamous cell carcinoma
of the non-small cell lung cancers which are the most common peripherally adenocarcinoma
what constitutes stage IV lung cancer and degree of metastasis
which stages of lung cancer are resectable stages I-IIIa
initial imaging modality for suspicion of lung cancer chest x-ray
a __ lesion on chest x-ray is considered malignant until proven otherwise non-calcified
imaging used to evaluate for mets pet, brain ct, mr
imaging modality considered the standard of care in proper staging of lung tumors bronchoscopy
gold standard for lymph node evaluation with lung cancer cervical mediastinoscopy
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