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Possible Causes For Metastatic lung disease - Causes


List of current finding(s):

Neoplastic Disorders
Melanoma, malignant
Adenocarcinoma, breast
Adenocarcinoma, colon
Adenocarcinoma, uterus
Mesenchymal tumor
Metastatic lung disease
Ovarian Cancer/Carcinoma
Sarcoma/soft tissue
Carcinoma, hepatocellular
Osteogenic sarcoma
Adenocarcinoma, gastric
Adenocarcinoma, pancreatic
Adenocarcinoma, thyroid follicular
Breast cystosarcoma phyllodes
Carcinoma lung squamous cell/large cell
Carcinoma, bladder/transitional cell
Carcinoma, medullary, thyroid
Carcinoma, renal cell
Carcinoma, testis (seminoma)
Carcinoma, testis/non-seminoma type
Carcinoma, thyroid, anaplastic
Cholangiocarcinoma, intrahepatic
Craniofacial osteogenic sarcoma
Embryonal carcinoma of testis
Myocardial sarcoma, primary
Osteogenic sarcoma, parosteal
Pulmonary leiomyomatosis/LAM
Spindle cell tumor/sarcoma
Teratocarcinoma testis
Testicular cancer/tumor
Thyroid malignancy/carcinoma
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NEJM (The New England Journal of Medicine)