Understanding Lung Cancer Anatomical Chart defines lung cancer and the two main types: non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) and small cell lung cancer (SCLC). The main lung image shows metastasis to paratracheal lymph nodes, metastasis to carinal lymph nodes, and a close-up image of a tumor projecting into bronchi.
The chart describes how lung cancer is diagnosed and staged and has images of chest x-ray, CT scan, PET scan, and MRI. It lists risk factors, signs and symptoms, and treatment options. It also describes how lung cancer can be prevented and shows an image of a cigarette in ashtray with the statistic that approximately 90 per cent of lung cancer deaths are related to smoking.
Unmounted - Printed on high-quality heavy paper appropriate for framing. (Note: Unmounted charts cannot be displayed on the chart stands.)
Laminated - Printed on high-quality paper with flexible 1.5 mil plastic lamination. Metal eyelets in each top corner for convenient wall hanging or for use with chart stands. Lamination also makes the chart "markable" allowing write-on / wipe-off. Easily rolls up for portability. This is the most popular mounting.