Malignant Tumors of the Lungs (Assn of American Medical Colleges, 1953)

Malignant Tumors of the Lungs (Assn of American Medical Colleges, 1953)

October 9, 2019 2 By Stanley Isaacs


[Animated graphic of a man shown from the waist up] [Camera zooms in and fluoroscopic image of lungs is shown.] [Apex, hilus, and base are indicated.] [Fluoroscopic image of lungs as person breathes in and out. Lungs expand and contract.] [Fluoroscopic image of lungs rotates around the chest] [Aortic arch, tracheal bifurcation, and carina are indicated. ] [Fluoroscopic images of lungs again appearing to rotate around the chest area] [Fluoroscopic images of lungs containing a tumor. The beating heart is seen.] [Carcinoma] [Fluoroscopic images of lungs from different angles and sides of the chest; a mass is seen in upper right.] [Carcinoma with abscess formation] [Abscess is highlighted on left.] [Horizontal level of fluid in the abscess is indicated] [Images of the lungs with beating heart and dark spots indicating tumor and abscess] [The person in the image rocks side to side; neck and shoulders are seen.] [Animated image of lungs sprinkled with small growths is shown. ] [Fluoroscopic images of lungs with tumors throughout.] [Metastases of seminoma] [Graphic of lungs with growths highlighted by crosshatch images] [Bright fluoroscopic images of lungs with dark areas scattered near lower segments] [Images of lungs experiencing symptoms of bilateral spontaneous pneumothorax]