Bronchial Adenoma and Receiving Social Security Disability
Cancer originates in your cells. These are the building blocks of your body. When things function in the right way, your body produces new cells as you need them. These new cells replace old cells when they die.
But, this process does not always work the way it ought to. Old cells do not die when they should, and new cells form even when you do not need them. These extra cells may form a mass called a tumor. Tumors can be benign or malignant. Benign tumors are not cancer. Malignant ones are cancer.
A bronchial adenoma is a type of mass (tumor) that develops in your trachea (windpipe) or the large airways of your lungs (bronchi). Although bronchial adenoma used to be associated with benign tumors, it is now known that these tumors do spread to other areas of your body. The exception to this is mucous gland adenomas.
A bronchial adenoma is also referred to by other names. It is also called mucous gland adenoma, bronchial carcinoid tumors, bronchial gland tumors, cylindroma and mucoepidermoid carcinoma.
No one knows what causes these tumors to form. As with other malignancies, there is an error or mutation in the DNA of cells that causes the formation of extra cells that become tumors. However, no one knows what causes these errors or mutations.
There are several different signs and symptoms that you may experience with a bronchial adenoma. Some of these are:
A cough that lasts longer than six weeks
Sputum that is bloody
Pneumonia that is slow to go away
Collapse of a lung segment or lobe
Obstruction of your airway
Flushing or blushing of your skin.
You or a loved one may have been diagnosed with a bronchial adenoma. This disease may be the reason why you or your loved one is disabled and unable to work.
You or your loved one may need help if this is the case. You may need financial aid.
Have you or your loved one considered applying for Social Security disability benefits or disability benefits from the Social Security Administration because of the disability caused by a bronchial adenoma? Have you already done this and been denied?
You or your loved one may be planning on appealing the denial by the Social Security Administration. If you decide to do this, here is something that you need to think about.
You or your loved one really ought to have a knowledgeable disability attorney like the one at disabilitycasereview.com to represent you in what can prove to be a long and trying process. This is true because people who are represented by a disability lawyer are approved more often than those people who do not have an attorney.
Please do not wait. This is something of great importance to you or your loved one. Contact the disability lawyer at disabilitycasereview.com, today.