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Friday 18th of August 2017



Lung Tumors


General information on Lung Tumors

Lung tumors are tumors that are benign, non-cancerous, or malignant, cancerous, in the lungs. Most of these lung tumors occur in the cells that line the bronchi and have a tendency to occur is mostly older dogs. Most lung tumors are, unfortunately, malignant and frequently quickly spread to other parts of the body. A dog with lung tumors may get pleural effusion in the later stages. Some tumors in the lungs are tumors that metastasized from other parts of the body to the lungs.


Symptoms of Lung Tumors

Some of the symptoms of lung tumors may be harsh coughing, loss of appetite, weight loss and symptoms of pleural effusion.

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Treatments for Lung Tumors

The treatment for lung tumors is to surgically explore and remove as much of the tumor as possible. If the tumor is too large or metastasized from other parts of the body, then there is no cure, but there may be positive results with chemotherapy.




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Lung Tumors experience by - nike
Varese, Italy

my dog aged 10 developed histocytosis sarcoma in her lungs. She is being treated with Interleukin inhalation for a period of 3 months without interruption. At first she was given Interleukin for 10 days but since the tumour slowed to grow the vet has recommended this new therapy. There is no cure for this disease but this therapy will make her more comfortable and it will hopefully prolong her life..........
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Remember, this information is for reference only. Always contact your vet or pet profesional for advice.


 






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