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Lobectomy (Lung)

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Lobectomy (Lung)

A lobectomy is most often performed during a surgical procedure called a thoracotomy (surgical incision of the chest). A lobectomy is a surgical procedure performed to remove one of the lobes of the lungs. It may be performed if an abnormality has been detected in a specific part of the lung, such as early lung cancer.

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