This case deals with a male smoker aged 50. We have to assess a series of factors. On one hand, the presence of Transversals in the Topographic Area (TA) of the lung is already a sign of reduced respiratory capacity and the risk of developing degenerative alterations if certain factors coincide. We can also observe the presence of a Stain on Crown no.5 between 80º and 90º, which despite being within the TA of the lung, has barely undergone any changes during the period from 2004 to 2016.
On the other hand, in the red box just between 78º and 80º at the start of crown 6, an accumulation of micro points of pigmentation has been produced which has ended up forming a dark coloured stain.
Although the initial summary sequence contains three photos, in our archive, we can see there are no signs and that it is in 2007 when the beginnings of the sign begin to be detected. In the individual photographs of each year we can see a larger surface area of the iris. The detail of the birth of the sign would go unnoticed if were not for subsequent photos that allow us to locate it.
There is little growth between 2007 and 2009. From the 2009 to 20016 photograph, there is a jump of 7 years, but given the size that the sign has acquired we can confirm that it has evolved slowly but progressively.
Taking into account that it develops in an area of the iris that corresponds to the upper lobe of the left lung and there are other associated signs and factors that increase the degenerative character of this alteration; we must insist on getting rid of tobacco and encouraging the recovery and strengthening of those tissues. If these factors do not change, we are facing a case of a high risk of a precancerous lung.
Below you can see a summary sequence of the evolution of the area from 2004 to 2016.
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