Lung cancer metastasis, bilateral supraclavicular fossa lymph node metastasis, I hope a doctor can give me a suggestion, right
History characteristics: male elderly patients suffer from lung cancer, mediastinal lymph nodes and two lateral supraclavicular lymph nodes with multiple metastases. Considering multiple metastases in the late stage of lung cancer, they can no longer be operated. Radiotherapy, chemotherapy and targeted therapy can be considered, and the treatment scheme can be selected according to the condition.
Patients with left lung cancer have mediastinal, hilar and supraclavicular lymph node metastasis, and have intrapulmonary metastasis of the right middle and lower lung. The opportunity for surgery must be missed. The next treatment plan can only be systemic chemotherapy, and gene testing can also be done for patients. If there is gene mutation, targeted drug treatment can be taken without chemotherapy.
From the CT report, the diagnosis of multiple metastasis of lung cancer is established. The treatment of lung cancer is directly related to the pathological type of lung cancer. It is necessary to take pathological tissue samples through bronchoscopy or lung puncture for pathological immunohistochemistry and gene detection, clarify the specific situation and guide the formulation of treatment plan.