Anatomy and Embryology.
According to Gross Anatomy.
According to Histological Anatomy.
According to Histogenesis.
Relation of Irritation to Neoplastic Growth.
Gross and Histologic Features.
The relative rarity of primary carcinoma of the lungs and bronchi, the difficulty of making a clinical diagnosis and the comparative inaccessibility in regard to surgical procedures, have tended to limit the practical interest in these tumors. In spite of these limitations, there is a very extensive literature on the subject which suggests, at least, a wide scientific interest in this group of neoplasms.This paper is based on the study of five cases of primary carcinoma of the lungs. The object will be to give a brief résumé of the pathology of carcinoma
MOISE TS. PRIMARY CARCINOMA OF THE LUNGS. Arch Intern Med (Chic). 1921;28(6):733-772. doi:10.1001/archinte.1921.00100180051005