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LUNG CANCER

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Transcript of LUNG CANCER

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PROCEDURES AND METHODS
INTRODUCTION
INDEX
STATING THE OBJECTIVE
LUNG CANCER
BEATRIZ RÓDENAS TOLOSA
1º Medicine 341A
ALEJANDRA CALATAYUD CUBES
RAQUEL GUERRERO LEÓN
JAVIER LLUNA PERALTA


DEFINITION
TYPES
CAUSES
SYMPTOMS
DIAGNOSIS
PREVENTION
TREATMENT
Introduction

Stating the objective

Procedures and methods

Results

Discussion

Conclusion

References
Summary of the contents

Statement of the problem

Previous studies
Why have we chosen this research project?
RESULTS
DISCUSSION
CONCLUSION
Anatomy

Lung cancer
Non-small cell lung carcinoma
Small cell lung carcinoma
REFERENCES
Screening: chest x-rays, CT, sputum examinations

Biopsy: needle biopsy or during a bronchoscopy

Worsening cough or chest pain
Hemoptysis
Malaise
Weight loss
Dyspnea
Hoarseness
http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/types/lung
Cigarette, cigar, and pipe smoking.
Secondhand smoke.
Environmental risk factors.
Protective factors
Avoiding risk factors
Chemotherapy.
Targeted therapy.
Surgery.
Radiation therapy.
Surgery
Radiation therapy
Chemotherapy
Targeted therapy
(Lobectomy)
Blood cells
Cells in hair roots
Cells that line the digestive tract
http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/wyntk/lung/wyntk_lung.pdf
What is a so-called light cigarette?
Are light cigarettes less hazardous than regular cigarettes?
Do light cigarettes cause cancer?
«The only guaranteed way to reduce the risk to your health, as well as the risk to others, is to stop smoking completely»

(National cancer institute at the Nationals Institutes of Health)
85%
15%
Unknown
Smoking
85%
Stages:

Stage 0
Stage I
Stage II
Stage III
15%
Stages:

Limited stage
Extensive stage
Highly porous
Ventilation holes
Blends of tobacco
Types of tumors

Adenocarcinoma
Epidermoid carcinoma
Large cell carcinomas

http://www.webmd.com/lung-cancer/ss/slideshow-lung-cancer-overview
http://www.lungcancer.org/find_information/publications/163-lung_cancer_101/268-types_and_staging
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