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Mesothelioma Help Center - Benign Mesothelioma

Benign Mesothelioma (benign-fibrous) also known as (benign multicystic mesothelioma) is a non-cancerous tumor of the pleura, the lining of the lung and chest cavity. Benign mesothelioma forms in the pleura surrounding the lungs. The tumor actually starts from tissue under the mesothelium, called the submesothelium and is a localized tumor which affects women much more frequently than it affects men. As the tumor grows larger it eventually compresses the lung which creates the unpleasant symptom known as shortness of breath.

The symptoms of benign mesothelioma are shortness of breath, chronic cough, chest pain, and a clubbed appearance of the fingers. Some of the tests which may show benign mesothelioma are: open lung biopsy, chest x-ray, and a ct scan of the chest.

Benign Mesothelioma Tumors

Benign mesothelioma can lay dormant before it exhibits any form of symptoms, benign varieties of this condition are extremely rare. As asbestos particles accumulate in the stomach or lung lining, the thin membrane of cells that surround the exterior of the internal organs attempts to destroy the foreign invader.

Benign mesothelioma is not directly life threatening but it does reveal significant asbestos exposure. Doctors often use the appearance of benign mesothelioma as the launching point for an investigation to discover if a patient has any other asbestos-related conditions. A Benign tumor is easily remedied with surgery to remove the cancerous tissues.


Those dealing with asbestos and mesothelioma face a number of challenges, including the tremendous costs of treatment. If you were unknowingly exposed to harmful levels of asbestos, you have legal rights and there is help available for you.

Deciding which law firm to represent you and your case is very important. Choosing the right law firm will also be important to your settlement. You are entitled to an experienced mesothelioma law firm who has a track record of success in asbestos lawsuits.

It is not uncommon for there to be 10-20 parties that are named in a asbestos lawsuit that are located across the United States. For example, a worker in California may have been exposed to asbestos from asbestos products shipped from Libby, Montana or from an iron ore plant in St. Paul Minnesota. This is why it is very important to obtain an experienced asbestos mesothelioma law firm that knows all of the companies in each state who have responsibility for your asbestos exposure.

If you are a grieving family member or executor of the will of a person who has died from asbestos-related disease or mesothelioma, you may be eligible to file a claim as well.

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Mesothelioma Symptoms

The most common Mesothelioma symptoms are the following:

Recent onset of shortness of breath (31%)
Recent increase in shortness of breath (30%)
Chest pain (43%)
 
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