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Bronchoscopic Study in Diagnosing of Carcinoma of Lungs in Telangana Population


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In the Bronchoscopic study of lung carcinoma 39 adult patients aged between 28 to 65 years old, of both sexes were studied. The history was 13 (33.3%) were smokers,12(30.7%) were former smokers, (9.23%) were exposed to dust, 5(12.8%) were non-smokers. The types of lesion were 16 (14%) had partial endotracheal obstruction, 11(28.2%) had complete endotracheal, 8(20.5%) had mucosal irregularities, 4(10.2%) had external compression. The histopathological observation were 17(43.5%) had squamous cell carcinoma, 7(17.9%) had small cell carcinoma, 13(33.3%)had adeno carcinoma,2(5%) had mixed cell carcinoma. This various Bronchoscopic presentations of Bronchogenic carcinoma will be quite useful to chest and pulmonary physician, pathologist and onco-surgeon to treat such patients efficiently and prevents the morbidity and mortality of the patients because early detection of carcinoma can be treated and increase the survival of such patients.

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Ca= Carcinoma, FOB=Fiber optic Bronchoscopy, histopathology, Telangana.
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M. Ramkrishna Reddy
Department of Pulmonary Medicine, Medi Citi Institute of Medical Sciences, Ghanpur, Medchal, Telangana, India
N. Nalini
Department of Pulmonary Medicine, Medi Citi Institute of Medical Sciences, Ghanpur, Medchal, Telangana, India

Abstract


In the Bronchoscopic study of lung carcinoma 39 adult patients aged between 28 to 65 years old, of both sexes were studied. The history was 13 (33.3%) were smokers,12(30.7%) were former smokers, (9.23%) were exposed to dust, 5(12.8%) were non-smokers. The types of lesion were 16 (14%) had partial endotracheal obstruction, 11(28.2%) had complete endotracheal, 8(20.5%) had mucosal irregularities, 4(10.2%) had external compression. The histopathological observation were 17(43.5%) had squamous cell carcinoma, 7(17.9%) had small cell carcinoma, 13(33.3%)had adeno carcinoma,2(5%) had mixed cell carcinoma. This various Bronchoscopic presentations of Bronchogenic carcinoma will be quite useful to chest and pulmonary physician, pathologist and onco-surgeon to treat such patients efficiently and prevents the morbidity and mortality of the patients because early detection of carcinoma can be treated and increase the survival of such patients.

Keywords


Ca= Carcinoma, FOB=Fiber optic Bronchoscopy, histopathology, Telangana.



DOI: https://doi.org/10.37506/v10%2Fi12%2F2019%2Fijphrd%2F191940