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Flashcards in Respiratory Tumors Deck (19)
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Lung tumors associated with smoking

Small cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, large cell carcinoma

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Most common lung tumor found in females and nonsmokers

Adenocarcinoma

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Two lung tumors that are centrally located

Small cell carcinoma and squamous cell carcinoma

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Two lung tumors that are peripherally located

Adenocarcinoma and bronchioalveolar carcinoma

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Two lung tumors that can be located centrally or peripherally

Large cell carcinoma and carcinoid tumor

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Paraneoplastic syndrome associated with small cell carcinoma

May produce ADH or ACTH or cause Lambert-Eaton syndrome

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Paraneoplastic syndrome associated with squamous cell carcinoma

May produce PTHrP

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Lung tumor that stains chromogranin positive

Carcinoid tumor

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Two most common sources of mets to the lung

Breast and colon carcionoma

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Lung tumor associated with keratin pearls or intercellular bridges

Squamous cell carcinoma

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Lung tumor derived from neuroendocrine cells (Kulchitsky cells)

Small cell carcinoma

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Lung tumor showing multiple cannon ball nodules on imaging

Mets to lung

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Lung tumor that shows columnar cells that grow along preexisting bronchioles and alveoli and arises from Clara cells

Bronchioalveolar carcinoma

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Lung tumor associated with coin lesions seen on CXR

Hamartoma

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Lung tumor of the pleura

Mesothelioma

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Lung tumor associated with psammoma bodies

Mesothelioma

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Lung tumor that commonly has amplification of myc oncogenes

Small cell carcinoma

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Lung tumor that commonly has activating mutations in k-ras

Adenocarcinoma

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Lung tumor associated with whorls of reticulin and collagen fibers interspersed along spindle cells

Solitary fibrous tumor