Lung is an organ used for gas exchange between the inside and outside of the human body. This organ is also a organ prone to problems. For example, lung cancer, which is a relatively serious disease, lung cancer is also a lung disease, so what is the difference between the two?
First, learn what lung cancer is: this disease affects the human respiratory system. Lung tumors are divided into benign and malignant tumors. Most of the tumors are malignant tumors, among which lung cancer is the most common one. Benign tumors are rare, and some benign tumors may have malignant changes.
What is lung cancer? Lung cancer is one of the most malignant tumors that cause the fastest incidence rate and mortality rate and the most health and life threatening of the population. This disease is mainly caused by long-term smoking, and it is a difficult and difficult disease to cure worldwide.
There are many differences between lung cancer and lung cancer
- Lung tumor is widely used, including benign tumor, malignant tumor and hemangioma;
- Lung cancer is usually a malignant tumor, which can be divided into low grade, moderate and high malignancy, and different pathological patients are different after the treatment; Early lung cancer can be cured by surgery, and the later is worse.
So if lung tumor occurs, it is necessary to determine whether it is benign or malignant according to pathology, and then choose treatment measures. The above is the difference between lung cancer and lung cancer.