Rabu, 18 Mei 2011

Pleural mesothelioma

Pleural mesothelioma is the most common form of mesothelioma. Pleural (lung bag is a thin mask of the installation scripts or the lungs of the substance) of mesothelioma in individuals exposed to asbestos occurs usually at high level. The high level of exposure to asbestos at least 10 years, is generally required for the development of pleural mesothelioma. Pleural mesothelioma, mesothelioma may occur in other forms, such as even decades (sometimes as late as in the last 30 years after exposure to asbestos) after the last exposure to asbestos.

Pleural mesothelioma may start simple pleural disease, such as the pleura or pleural calcification thickening of mountain and it is not uncommon that they diagnose pleural thickening, pleural calcification, or pleural topic. These diseases have a severe pleural disease, they may be ignored, and subsequently these pleural disease may lead to the development of pleural mesothelioma. Pleural disease may not be serious, but they disturb the normal functioning of the lungs and should be dealt with appropriately. If the patient's diagnosis of pleural gives the history of asbestos exposure, even if only for a short period of pleural mesothelioma diagnosis should be considered.

Pleural disease, such as the topic of the pleural pleural mesothelioma may begin, the cancer, which only occurs from exposure to asbestos and the activities of the author appears to be due to an aggressive form is established. The pleura are the origin of the pleural mesothelioma, but it spread to the chest wall and in other areas, such as the abdomen of very quickly.

Mesothelioma typically cause death within a year of diagnosis, but early detection which recognise asbestos exposure can lead to early diagnosis and better survival. Early diagnosis and appropriate treatment can lead to a diagnosis of untreated and late as patients, the longer the period of validity of the Mesothelioma.

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