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Can lung cancer ever appear on an xray, be diagnosed as pneumonia and then not appear on two subsequent xrays or was it really pneumonia.
Which type of specialist can test me for small cell lung cancer (the types of lung malignancy that cannot be seen on xray)?
Pulmonary: If you have some cause or reason, symptoms that would in any way cause concern for a possible lung cancer, than a lung specialist (pulmonary dr.) would be able to diagnose a you accordingly, which may include a history and physical examination, possible testing including labs, x-rays, and possible diagnostic bronchoscopy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have health anxiety. Had dry cough for 12wks. Had 3chest xrays. All clear. Plumbary specialist not concerned about lung cancer. Believe her? Worried
You NEED to stop: Worrying. It will stress you out more. Get a second opinion if you are still not convinced.Cough is all good, it is protective and a defense mechanism against aspirations. Take proper medications for whatever is causing the cough.Need more history and you need to be examined. Colds and allergies are very common causes for lingering coughing spells. Take charge for better quality of life. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Had specialist lung dr check xray 3 months ago said nothing sinister other than calcium spots now have pain between shoulder blades.. Cancer?
Scan found plaques on lungs, never worked with asbestos, what will be treatment, going lung specialist, does this mean cancer....
Not always: Asbestos exposure may have occurred but you may not be aware of it. Asbestosis is plaque like scarring without cancer in that setting. Other causes of scarring can look similar. But since cancer is possible, you need to see the lung specialist to get to the bottom of the problem. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
2 months slight dry cough. Ex smoker for 14 yrs. 2xrays.Bloods all fine. Seen thoratic specialist. Suspect asthma. Could it be lung cancer. ?
Congratulations on: Quitting. I'm an ex-smoker off for 30 years. Relapsed many times before finally ditched them for good. You might see a pulmonary specialists to probe the cause of your cough, review your x-rays, and consider pulmonary function tests. It would establish a post-smoking baseline, but could reveal copd, asthma, other lung or heart ailment or that all is well. Highly unlikely that you have lung ca. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had very slight dry cough and shoulder pain for 12 weeks. 3 chest xrays and bloods fine. Respitory specialist not concerned about lung cancer worried?
Had a cough and back pain for 12 weeks had xrays and bloods. All fine. Respitory specialist not concerned if i had lung cancer. Would it show on xray?
Cancer specialist , please: If a malignant tumor is surgically removed doesn't it spread cancer to other parts of the body? How can this be avoided?
Cancers : Many cancers can spread to other parts of the body if left untreated. To prevent this spread, early detection, diagnosis, and treatment of these cancers is key. ...Read more
Cancer specialist: Can a person with stage 2 or 3 cancer ever become cancer free? If yes, does it depend upon the type of cancer?
Yes , many do!: The modern treatments can cure more than half of stage 2 pateints and some of the stage 3 pateints also. But it is dependent on the type of Cancer. For example breast Cancer and melanoma have high cure rates after surgery has removed such tumors. Lung Cancers have lower cure rate. I hope this answers your question..Let us know if more info is needed. ...Read more
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