A lobectomy is literally just the removal of a ‘lobe’ of an organ, which can be thought of as a sub-section. A lobectomy can be the removal of one lobe of the lung, usually for the treatment of non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC); however, it can also refer to the removal of a lobe in the liver, or even the temporal lobe in the brain.
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