Lung Cancer Pictures
Cigarette smoking is responsible for most cases of lung cancer. This section contains photographs and illustrations of tobacco-related lung cancers.
Browse illustrations and x-rays of tobacco-related lung cancers here.
The lungs are located in the chest cavity and are responsible for respiration. The alveoli are small sir sacs where oxygen is exchanged in the lungs. Illustrated by A.D.A.M.
From A.D.A.M., this chest x-ray is of a person with bronchial cancer.
Lung cancer shows up in the right lung of this patient.
Large cell carcinoma is any lung tumor that cannot be classified. Illustrated by A.D.A.M.
Small cell carcinoma, also called oat cell carcinoma, can create its own hormones, which alter body chemistry. Illustrated by A.D.A.M.
Squamous cell carcinoma commonly starts in the bronchi and may not spread as rapidly as other lung cancers. Illustrated by A.D.A.M.
This chest X-ray shows adenocarcinoma of the lung.
From A.D.A.M., this illustration shows how adenocarcinoma develops on the outer boundaries of the lungs.
About.com Guide to Lung Cancer, Lynne Eldridge M.D. hosts this gallery of famous people with lung cancer.