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Lung Cancer Pain Management

Rating your pain and using a pain control diary can help your doctor figure out how to best relieve your cancer pain.

Lung Cancer Pain Management

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Understanding Lung Cancer -- Diagnosis and Treatment

If a routine physical exam reveals swollen lymph nodes above the collarbone, a mass in the abdomen, weak breathing, abnormal sounds in the lungs, dullness when the chest is tapped, abnormalities of the pupils, weakness or swollen veins in one of the arms, or even changes in the fingernails, a doctor may suspect a lung tumor. Some lung cancers produce abnormally high blood levels of certain hormones or substances, such as calcium. If a person shows such evidence and no other cause is apparent, a doctor...

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New Approach to Lung Cancer Pain

In this video see how one cancer expert has developed a new pain for rating cancer pain in this video.

New Approach to Lung Cancer Pain

 

WebMD Medical Reference

Reviewed by Lisa B. Bernstein, MD on August 04, 2015

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