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Malignant tracheal neoplasm is a type of cancer that affects the trachea, or windpipe. It is a rare form of cancer that can occur in any part of the trachea, including the main stem, the carina, and the bronchi. Symptoms of malignant tracheal neoplasm can include difficulty breathing, coughing, chest pain, and hoarseness. Treatment for malignant tracheal neoplasm typically involves surgery, radiation therapy, and/or chemotherapy.
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