Diagnosis of Tracheal Cancer is some what difficult because it is sometimes mistaken for asthma or bronchitis. It is rare form of cancer, you may get the detail of this cancer from this page what is Trachea Cancer.
The cause of trachea cancer is still unknown for the doctors but they are doing some research to reveal what exactly lead to development of tracheal cancerous cells. If you donâ€™t know what is Trachea cancer then feel free to visit this page; What is Trachea cancer?
Trachea cancer is very rare and only affects one in a thousand of all cancer cases. The Trachea itself is also known as the windpipe it connects your mouth and nose directly to your lungs; it can actually be felt if you rub the front of your neck.
As with most cancers the causes of trachea cancer are unknown although there have been links to smoking as a contributing factor especially in smokers over 60. As the trachea is so tough usually a lump is not present, the symptoms of trachea cancer typically include coughing, breathless and general wheezing. It may also include fevers, chest infections and chills that keep returning, it should be noted however that all these symptoms could be something other than cancer and a self diagnosis is not recommended.