Pancoast Tumour

Pancoast Tumour

PANCOAST TUMOUR Q. 1 A man with Pancoast tumor developed Horner’s syndrome. All of the following are the features of Horner’s syndrome, EXCEPT:  A Ptosis and Miosis in ipsilateral eye  B Anhidrosis of ipsilateral face  C Heterochromia irides  D Apparent exophthalmos Q. 1 A man with Pancoast tumor developed Horner’s syndrome. All of the following …

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Pancoast Tumour

PANCOAST TUMOUR PANCOAST TUMOUR Pancoast tumour or superior sulcus tumour is a bronchogenic carcinoma arising from the apex of the lung. Involvement of structures- Apical chest wall above the level of the 2nd rib Brachial plexus First ribs Vertebrae Subclavian vessels or stellate ganglion Pancoast’s syndrome refers to- Pancoast’s tumour Erosion of the first rib …

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