bronchogenic cancer

bronchogenic cancer

Bronchogenic carcinoma Oncology A cancer, usually an SCC, which arises in bronchiolar mucosa/epithelium. See Lung cancer, Squamous cell carcinoma. Cf Small cell carcinoma.
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We performed a retrospective analysis of histopathologically proven cases of bronchogenic cancer at Rohilkhand Medical College and Hospital, Bareilly to evaluate the clinical and histological profile of Lung cancer in Rohilkhand region.
The type of cells tested are where early damage first occurs that leads to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and bronchogenic cancer, according to Crystal.
A diet drawn up according to the proposed guidelines could decrease the incidence of breast, colon-rectal, prostate and bronchogenic cancer.
In other words, it may be acceptable for an RT to administer a morphine nebulization treatment to a patient with severe pain from bronchogenic cancer.
The researchers prospectively studied 63 patients with histologically proven bronchogenic cancer or evidence of malignant pulmonary disease.
Any abnormality seen on chest x-ray in a smoker, whether a solitary pulmonary nodule or not, should be considered bronchogenic cancer until ruled out by calcifications or over 2 years in duration, he said.