Advancements in Lung Surgery

The major   lung tumors can be part into two noteworthy gatherings - either non-little cell lung disease (NSCLC), which makes up 80-85% of lung malignancies, or little cell lung growth (SCLC). We will center   around  treatment alternatives for NSCLC in this survey. The choice to pick certain lung malignancy medications over others relies upon numerous patient-related elements.

In view of the degree of the tumor, arranging for lung malignancy ranges from I or II (beginning time), organize III Advances in careful arranging of lung and stage IV (metastatic).

Advances in analytic methods for lung growth

Advances in careful organizing of lung growth

Transcervical broadened mediastinal lymphadenectomy

Advances in careful treatment of non-little cell lung tumor

Advances in careful treatment of non-little cell lung tumor


When lung growth has been identified and analyzed, we first need to deliberately distinguish if the disease cells are restricted or have spread to provincial lymph hubs or different parts of the body - this procedure is called arranging. For lung disease organizing, we regularly utilize CT filters, PET/CT checks, bone sweeps, MRI imaging and intrusive strategies, including endobronchial ultrasound or mediastinoscopy

  • Advances in diagnostic techniques for lung cancer
  • Advances in surgical staging of lung cancer
  • Advances in surgical treatment of non-small-cell lung cancer
  • New surgical techniques for advanced disease
  • Management of screened lung nodules
  • Reduced and smaller ports for thoracoscopic surgery

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