Alveolus Cancer

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Alveolus Cancer is the cancer of the tiny air sacs at the end of the bronchial tubes located in the lungs.


Diagnosis is made through physical examiantion, lung biopsy, sputum cytology and undergoing imaging tests such as X-ray, MRI and CT Scans.


Treatment includes undergoing chemotherapy and radiation therapy.

Symptoms and Signs

Symptoms includes chest pain, shoulder pain, shortness of breathing, fatigue, reoccuring bronchitis, coughing of blood, hoarseness of voice and swelling of the neck and face.


It is said to be cause by cancer cells that develops in the bronchial tubes of the lungs.

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