What are the signs and symptoms of Adeno Carcinoma of Lung?

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It includes the most common symptoms such as Shortness of breath:


-Loss in the weight,

-Blood in cough along with a chronic coughing. It is followed by a chest pain and wheeze,


-Loss of appetite.

One can also observe a hoarse voice with the clubbing of finger nails. There is a difficulty in the swallowing which is referred as the dysphagia. The cancer may grow in the air way and may block the air flow which leads to the breathing difficulties. It leads to the collection of secretions which may lead to the pneumonia. The lung cancers have a rich blood supply. The surface of cancer is fragile and it leads to the bleeding from cancer into the air way. The blood may be coughed up.

2. On the type of tumor it may attract attention to the disease. It is referred as the para neo plastic phenomena. In the lung cancer it includes the muscle weakness which is caused by the auto antibodies. It is referred as the lambert eaton myasthenic syndrome or there can be hyper calcemia, one can also see a syndrome of inappropriate anti diuretic hormone known as the SIADH. The tumors which are present at the top of lungs are known as the pan coast tumors. They can invade the local part of symphathetic nervous system. It may affect the sweating patterns and leads to the problems in eye which is known as the Horners syndrome. It may lead to the muscle weakness in hand which occurs due to invasion of brachial plexus.

Most of the symptoms of lungs are non specific and in the elder people it can lead to the comorbid illness. It may lead to the pain in bone, fever and loss in weight. In most of the patients the cancer spreads to beyond the original site by the time they seek medical attention. There are few metastasis sites like brain, bone, kidneys and adrenal glands along with the lung, liver and kidneys of opposite side. One tenth of the people with lung cancer do not have symptoms at the diagnosis and the cancers are occasionally found by the routine chest radio graph.

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