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Smoker's Lung

Smoker's Lung refers to the diseases in the lungs caused by cigarette smoking. This damage caused is both structural and functional abnormalities that results to the exposure of cigarettes over a long period of time.

The major abnormalities in smoker's lung are grouped under the label of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). COPD is a preventable disease and its effects are reduced by stopping smoking.

COPD comprises two related diseases; emphysema and chronic bronchitis. Some smokers primarily have emphysema
and some primarily have chronic bronchitis. Most, however, have a combination of these two diseases.

 


 

larger squamous cell carcinoma

This is a large squamous cell carcinoma

peripheral adenocarcinoma of the lung

Adenocarcinoma of the lung

bronchioloalveolar carcinoma

Bronchiolovoalveolar of the lung

metastatic carcinoma in lung

Nodules of metastatic carcinoma in the lung

 

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