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This is a tumor that lacks glands, mucus production (adenocarcinoma), keratin pearls, or intercellular bridges (squamous cell carcinoma).

large cell carcinoma

2

  • adenocarcinoma (40%)
  • squamous cell carcinoma (30%)
  • large cell carcinoma (10%)
  • carcinoid tumor (5%)

--> All are types of?

non-small cell carcinoma

2

Where is bronchioloalveolar carcinoma typically found? Related to smoking? Prognosis?

  • peripherally located
  • not related to smoking
  • excellent prognosis

3

What are the 4 subtypes of non-small cell carcinoma?

  • adenocarcinoma (40%)
  • squamous cell carcinoma (30%)
  • large cell carcinoma (10%)
  • carcinoid tumor (5%)

3

What is the overall 5-year survival rate of lung CA?

15%

4

If the lung tumor starts with _____, it is highly associated with smoking and paraneoplastic syndrome, and is centrally located.

S

4

Compression of _____ by lung CA causes ptosis, pinpoint pupils, and anhidrosis.

the sympathetic chain

4

What is a Pancos tumor?

a tumor in the apex of the lung

6

What are the 3 most common cancers in the US by incidence rate?

1. breast/prostate 2. lung 3. colorectal

6

Name 2 benign lesions that can look like lung CA on chest xray.

  1. granuloma
  2. bronchial hamartoma

6

If the lung tumor starts with an S, it is highly associated with _____.

smoking and paraneoplastic syndrome, and is centrally located

7

_____ of the lung may produce PTHrP hormone, causing hypercalcemia.

Squamous cell carcinoma

8

What is a squamous cell carcinoma?

tumor consisting of keratin pearls or intercellular bridges

8

If a lung tumor involved the ____ nerve, the pt would present with hoarseness.

recurrent laryngeal

9

_____ is usually treated with chemo and not surgery, but _____ is treated by resection and doesn't respond well to chemo.

Small cell lung CA; non-small cell lung CA

10

What is a large cell carcinoma?

tumor that lacks glands, mucus production (adenocarcinoma), keratin pearls, or intercellular bridges (squamous cell carcinoma)

10

____ is the most common lung CA of female smokers.

Adenocarcinoma

11

This is a tumor of well-differentiated neuroendocrine cells that is chromogranin positive.

a carcinoid tumor

12

If a lung tumor involved the recurrent laryngeal nerve, the pt would present with _____.

hoarseness

13

What do lung metastases look like?

multiple cannon-ball nodules

14

This is a tumor of the small airways arising from the Clara cell of the lung.

bronchioloalveolar carcinoma

15

This is an obstruction of the SVC causing distended neck veins, edema, and blue hue to the face and arms.

Superior Vena Cava Syndrome

16

This is a tumor consisting of keratin pearls or intercellular bridges.

squamous cell carcinoma

17

This tumor forms a polyp-like mass in the bronchus.

carcinoid tumor

19

What are the 2 types of lung carcinomas?

  • small cell (15%)
  • non-small cell (85%)

20

What does a carcinoid tumor look like?

a polyp-like mass in the bronchus

20

If a lung tumor involved the phrenic nerve, the pt would present with _____.

diaphragmatic paralysis

21

If a lung tumor involved the _____, the pt would present with diaphragmatic paralysis.

phrenic nerve

21

What is a lack of sweat, especially on the forehead, called?

anhidrosis

22

What is bronchioloalveolar carcinoma?

a tumor of the small airways arising from the Clara cell of the lung