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Small Cell Carcinoma of Lung treatments
Small Cell Carcinoma of Lung

Treatments could include:

  • Chemotherapy
  • Radiation Therapy
  • Pneumonectomy
  • Bronchoscopy
  • Brachytherapy
  • Thoracentesis
  • Fine needle aspiration biopsy using imaging guidance
  • Thoracoscopic partial lobectomy of lung (procedure)
  • Excimer Laser Therapy
  • Bronchoscopy with Transbronchial Lung Biopsy
  • Open Biopsy of Lung
  • Needle Biopsy of Lung
  • Removal portion of lung tissue and segment of lung airway
  • Biopsy of lung airways using an endoscope
  • Pleural Fluid Analysis
  • Cytology Laboratory Test
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Segmental lobectomy of lung
  • Total lobectomy of lung (procedure)
  • Stereotactic Radiosurgery
  • Laser Surgery
  • Lobectomy
  • Wedge Resection
  • Intravenous Chemotherapy
  • Surgical Removal of Tumor
  • Removal of Mediastinal Lymph Node
  • Partial Removal of Lung
  • Radiation and chemotherapy are treatments for cancer. Side effects include easy bruising, mouth lesions, and infections.
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  • Radiation therapy is a cancer treatment that uses concentrated radiation beams to kill cancer cells. The most common type of radiation therapy is external beam radiation. This type involves a machine that directs high-energy beams of radiation at ...
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  • A bronchoscopy may be necessary to diagnose several conditions, including a chronic cough or infection. Learn more about the procedure and risks.
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  • Thoracentesis is a procedure done when there's too much fluid in the pleural space. The goal is to drain the fluid and make it easier for you to breathe again.
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  • Learn how to help your partner quit smoking.
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  • Research shows that success comes to smokers who use more than one method to fight cravings and withdrawals. Here are some common and proven treatment options.
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  • According to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), more than 70 percent of individuals who smoke cigarettes would like to quit (CDC, 2012). However, most people who try to quit are not successful in their first attempt. This is because the body p...
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  • Talking to your parents about quitting smoking can be intimidating. It is extremely important that you discuss quitting and help them become a former smoker.
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  • Staying smoke-free is more than just giving up cigarettes; it is a complete lifestyle change. Here are some suggestions for making your new life smoke-free.
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  • Nicotine dependence causes an addiction to tobacco products. You may experience fatigue, headache, dry mouth, or other symptoms when you stop smoking.
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