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Lung metastases

Introduction: Lung metastases

Description of Lung metastases

Lung metastases: Cancer that has spread from the original (primary) tumor to the lung.
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Lung metastases: The spread of the cancer to the lung. This may be from a primary lung cancer, or from a cancer at a distant site.
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