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Caption: Lung cancer. Footage of dissection of a clinical specimen of a carcinoma of the lung. The tissue is sliced open to show the cancer (dark, discoloured area). Carcinoma is a type of cancer that develops from epithelial cells, in this case the internal lining of the lungs. This footage was part of an educational video explaining the link between cigarette smoking and lung cancer. This clip was part of a Cine Clinic film, produced in 1965 in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, by physician Alton Ochsner (1896-1981) for Davis and Geck. For close-up footage of this tumour, see clip K005/6448.

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Lung cancer, clinical specimen

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