What Is a Perihilar Lung Mass?

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Perihilar lung mass is the swelling or uncontrollable growth of cells of the lungs, in the area around the hilum. It is very common among smokers as the effect of tobacco is said to accelerate the growth and hence once detected, it is important to seek medical advice on how to treat it.
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