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Lung disease


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Pulmonary mass - side view chest x-ray
Pulmonary mass - side view chest x-ray

This individual has a mass in the upper part of the lung. Although the cause of the mass can be suspected, based on this person's history, there are many diseases that can produce lung lesions.

Lung mass, right upper lobe - CT scan
Lung mass, right upper lobe - CT scan

This is a CT scan of the upper lungs. This individual has a mass in upper part of the right lung (left side of picture).

Lung mass, right lung - CT scan
Lung mass, right lung - CT scan

This is a CT scan of the upper chest showing a mass in the right lung (seen on the left side of the picture).

Lung mass, right upper lung - chest x-ray
Lung mass, right upper lung - chest x-ray

This picture is a chest x-ray of a person with a lung mass. This is a front view, where the lungs are the two dark areas and the heart and other structures are visible in the middle of the chest. The x-ray shows a mass in the right upper lung, indicated with the arrow (seen on the left side of the picture).

Lung nodule - front view chest x-ray
Lung nodule - front view chest x-ray

This is a chest x-ray showing a mass in the right lower lung near heart (seen on the left side of the picture).

Lung nodule, right lower lung - CT scan
Lung nodule, right lower lung - CT scan

A CT scan showing a mass in right lower chest near the heart (left side of photograph).

Lung with squamous cell cancer - CT scan
Lung with squamous cell cancer - CT scan

This CT scan shows a cross section of the lungs of a person with lung cancer. The two dark areas in the middle of the screen are the lungs. The light areas in the right lung represent the cancer (left side of picture).

Secondhand smoke and lung cancer
Secondhand smoke and lung cancer

Secondhand smoke has been classified as a known cause of lung cancer in humans (Group A carcinogen).

Yellow nail syndrome
Yellow nail syndrome

Yellow nail syndrome is characterized by yellow nails that lack a cuticle, grow slowly, and are loose or detached (onycholysis). Yellow nail syndrome is most commonly associated with lung disorders, and with lymphedema.

Respiratory system
Respiratory system

Air is breathed in through the nasal passageways, travels through the trachea and bronchi to the lungs.





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