Pleural cancer cells

A pleural effusion is a buildup of extra fluid in the pleural space, which is the space between the lungs and the chest wall. About half of people with cancer The cardiopulmonary syndromes addressed in this summary are cancer-related dyspnea, malignant pleural effusion, pericardial effusion, and superior vena

1 Lung cancer, breast cancer, lymphoma, and leukemia account for The morphology of cells obtained from the pleural space can be difficult to assess

Pleural Mesothelioma is the most common form of mesothelioma, accounting for 75 These cancerous cells grow fast and uncontrollably, forming tumors that A cancerous pleural tumor is most often a secondary cancer, triggered by cancer cells that have spread to the pleural space from somewhere else in the body Superseded By BTS Pleural Disease Guideline 2010: BTS Guidelines for the Selective apoptosis of lung cancer cells with talc Eur Respir J 201035:2 450-452

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A pleural effusion can also be a symptom of several types of cancer. The effusion can develop if cancer cells have spread into the pleura, where they can lead to Metastatic pleural tumor is a type of cancer that has spread from another The blood and lymph systems can carry cancer cells to other organs in the body,

Pleural effusion can be caused by cancer cells spreading to the pleura. It can also develop if cancer cells block or change the flow of lymph fluid in the pleural Cancer cells of many types can gain entry into the pleural cavity, and many times cause the accumulation of fluid known as a pleural effusion. This is due to