Which carcinoma grows as well differentiated cells lining the alveoli without invading the lung stroma: (AIPG 2009)
|B||Large cell carcinoma|
|D||Small cell carcinoma|
• Bronchioalveolar carcinomas involve peripheral parts of the lungs either as a single nodule or more often, as multiple diffuse nodules that may coalesce to produce pneumonia like consolidation. Most are well differentiated, with little anaplasia.
• Adenocarcinoma, common in patients under age of 40 years, women and non smokers. Adenocarcinoma occur as central lesion, like SCC.
• Rh incompatibility