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Surgery for small cell lung carcinoma of the left lung

name:bikram chhetri age:30 sex male i have been diagnosed as small cell lung carcinoma of the left lung and have completed 6th cycles of chemotherapy , even after that the mass located near the left lung has grown bit bigger. so i am planning whether surgery can treate it. your response to my querries will highly be appreciated and lift me out of this dilemma.
Asked On : Fri, 21 Jan 2011
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To Dear Mr.Bikram Chhetri.

Welcome To Health care magic.

Kindly Tell about Histopathological / biopsy report about mass located in left lung ; for which u are undergone with chemotherapy 6 cycles.

After Seeing ur Biopsy Report we Here on this platform will be in a Better Position to Advice u.

If possible please send ur laboratory , Radiological Reports (CT scan , PET scan) by mail on ""

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Answered: Mon, 6 Feb 2012
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General & Family Physician Dr. Raju A.T's  Response

Welcome to healthcaremagic forum,

Well Surgery is not a considered option for the small cell cancers at most , but i could be more clear if a little more information on the type of the small cell cancer you have and report on immunohistochemistry if available ( as these tumors are some times hormone secreting type ).

Chemotherapy can induce a inflammatory reactions around the tumor giving a false increase in the size , clear the same with your surgeon.

Thanks for visiting

Take care, Bye
Answered: Fri, 21 Jan 2011
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