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Lung tumor

Pulmonary tumors are divided into benign tumors and malignant tumors (see lung cancer). Benign tumors of the lung include true tumors of the bronchus and lung, adenomas, leiomyomas, lipomas, fibromas, etc. Is a rare group of diseases. The cell differentiation and morphology of benign tumors of bronchus and lung are similar to those of normal cells. Most of the masses have capsule, clear boundary with surrounding tissues, smooth and neat edges, round or oval, mostly solid lesions. Its distribution is more on the right than on the left, and its tissue differentiation is good. But some benign tumors may become malignant.


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