Benign Lung Tumor

Benign Lung Tumor

What is the benign lung tumor?

Benign lung tumors are a heterogenous group of neoplastic lesions originating from pulmonary structures. These tumors include bronchial adenomas, hamartomas, and a group of uncommon neoplasms (eg, chondromas, fibromas, lipomas,
leiomyomas, hemangiomas, teratomas, pseudolymphomas, endometriosis, and bronchial glomus tumors). Problem Although benign lung tumors do not pose a significant health problem, complications can result from an obstructive lesion that could predispose the patient to pneumonia, atelectasis, and hemoptysis. Frequency Benign tumors make up 2-5% of all primary lung tumors, and slightly less than 15% of pulmonary nodules are benign lung tumors.

Types of Benign Lung Tumor

What is the types of benign lung tumor?

Three primary kinds of benign tumors are found in the lungs.

  1. Hamaratomas make up 75 percent of benign lung tumors, the most common type found. They can occur in children, but the majority of these are found in adults and are located on the edges of the lungs.
  2. Bronchial adenomas account for half of all benign pulmonary tumors. This term also includes characinoid tumors and mucoepidermoid carcinomas, both of which are actually low-level malignant lung tumors.
  3. Mucous gland adenomas are the third main type of benign lung tumor. They’re completely malignancy-free, found in the main or smaller bronchi.
Symptoms and Signs of Benign Lung Tumor

What is the symptoms of benign lung tumor?

The list of signs and symptoms mentioned in various sources for Benign lung Tumor includes the 7 symptoms listed below:

  • The benign tumour can be asymptomatic or clinical presentations depend upon the location of the tumor (eg, trachea, other airways, parenchyma).
  • Hemoptysis
  • Lung mass on chest radiograph
  • Pseudoasthmatic wheezing
  • Persistent coughing
  • Shortness of breath
  • Fever, especially when associated pneumonia is present
Diagnosis of Benign Lung Tumor

How the diagnosis for benign lung tumor is made?

  • Chest X-ray
  • CAT scan of the chest
  • Other diagnostic tests
Causes of Benign Lung Tumor

What is the causes of benign lung tumor?

    • Neuroblastoma (usual onset in toddlers): This tumor arises in nerve cells of the peripheral nervous system and of the adrenal medulla. It usually presents as an abdominal or flank mass. It may metastasize (spread) to the chest, as may the other tumors listed below. In the abdomen, it may produce a fluid collection (ascites) or show calcium in the tumor, on abdominal X-ray.
    • Wilm’s tumor (usual onset in early childhood):
      This tumor is frequently associated with certain congenital abnormalities, more likely in the genitourinary tract. It is a malignancy originating in the kidney. Hypertension and blood in the urine may be associated symptoms.
    • Hodgkin’s disease (more likely in males):
      This tumor usually starts as painless, enlarged lymph nodes in and about the neck or chest. Fever and weight loss are common.
    • Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma (more likely in males):
      This tumor sometimes may occur in children who also have a deficiency of the immune system, or who have AIDS (acquired immune deficiency syndrome).

Other rare tumors

      • Simple endoscopic resection
      • Thoracotomy with bronchotomy/local excision
      • Segmental resection
      • Lobectomy
      • Sleeve resection, or pneumonectomy

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Treatment of Benign Lung Tumor

What is the treatment of benign lung tumor?

Treatment depends on the location, size, classification and types of cancer. Physicians might use normal surgical procedures to removal the mass or masses. A variety of procedures, such as nuclear medicine and chemotherapy, may also be used to treat benign tumors. If a tumor does not endanger the health of the patient, then the growth may be left untreated. The list of treatments mentioned in various sources for Benign lung Tumor includes the following list. Always seek professional medical advice about any treatment or change in treatment plans.

      • Simple endoscopic resection
      • Thoracotomy with bronchotomy/local excision,
      • Segmental resection
      • Lobectomy
      • Sleeve resection, or pneumonectomy

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Malaysia Chinese Master can also treat patients with benign lung tumors without surgery. He only uses the old-fashioned treatment that has been inherited by his family for a long time. The use of herbal medicine and acupuncture techniques used in treatment. Master Malaysia Chinese herbal medicine also will not have any side effects to patients. For those who quickly found possible to recover fully, but may take some time to recover fully. However, if the advice of the Malaysia Chinese Masters, the disease may be reduced.

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