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Tracheal Tumors



Trachea is a part of the respiratory system that connects the larynx to the bronchi. Several cells are present in the trachea, such as those lining the trachea or the glandular cells. Mutation in these cells results in uncontrolled growth and division, leading to tracheal cancer.

The tracheal tumor may be primary or secondary. While the primary tracheal tumor starts from the trachea, the secondary tumor initiates at other nearby organs such as the esophagus, lung, thyroid gland, or larynx, and invades the trachea. As cancer progresses, it blocks the trachea, resulting in respiratory symptoms.

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