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Mesothelioma Symptoms

Mesothelioma symptoms may not manifest themselves for twenty to forty years after exposure to asbestos fibers.  The disease begins with the inhalation or swallowing of the fibers and their subsequent migration to vulnerable areas of the body.  Symptoms include, pain from fluid build up in the pleura (lining of the lungs), shortness of breath, abdominal pain, abdominal swelling, bowel obstruction, anemia, fever, trouble swallowing and neck or face swelling.

Mesothelioma symptoms are similar to other less severe diseases and the diagnosis of Mesothelioma includes an analysis of the patient's history with asbestos, a CAT scan or MRI and eventual biopsy of the suspect tissues.

Mesothelioma is rare and only a doctor can diagnose it.  Most times other, less serious, conditions are producing the symptoms above.

 

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