Metastatic Tumors To The Lung
The cancers that are most commonly metastatic to the lung are:
3. Renal (kidney)
In many cases, these tumors can be resected (surgically removed) if the following criteria are met:
1. There is no other metastatic disease in the body.
2. The amount of lung resection leaves adequate pulmonary reserve.
3. The primary tumor is adequately controlled.