Signs and symptoms of metastasis can include arm weakness or parethesia and other neurologic symptoms, such as headache, altered mental status, seizure, meningismus, ataxia, and nausea and/or vomiting. Other signs and symptoms of metastasis include bone pain, spinal cord impingement, weight loss, and cachexia. Cough is the most common symptom of lung cancer and is associated with the primary tumor. Bronchial obstruction and dyspnea are also symptoms associated with the primary tumor.
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