... stromal tumor (GIST), laryngeal cancer , lung
cancer , mesothelioma - in the pleura or ... the treatment of patients who have non-small cell lung
cancer that cannot be removed by surgery ,
... of cancer. Tobacco smoking is associated with lung
cancer . Prolonged exposure to radiation , ...
... an older edition of Gray's Anatomy )
is an organ belonging to the respiratory ... of the lungs. Medical terms related to the lung
often start in pulmo- from the Latin word ... area in total than the outer surface area of the lung
itself. The lungs of humans are typical of this ...
... of their work in the role played by a defective death signal in a type of lung
cancer cells called NCI-H460 (human non-small cell lung
cancer cells). They found that the X-linked inhibitor of apoptosis protein ...
... Australia by humans, the development of the first birds , which suddenly were able to expand their territory into the air, or the development of lung
fish during the Devonian period , about 300 million years ago.
The dynamics of adaptive radiation is such that, within a relatively short time, ...
Colon or large intestine
Computed axial tomography
... setting of trauma for evaluating facial and skull fractures .
CT is excellent for detecting both acute and chronic changes in the lung
parenchyma. For detection of airspace disease (such as pneumonia ) or cancer , ordinary non-contrast scans are adequate.
For evaluation of ...
... of life, and the extra chromosome may confer some health benefits, for example, reduced incidence of certain cancers caused by double immunity: lung
cancer, for instance, is virtually unknown in people with Down syndrome.
Notable people with Down syndrome include:
Fick's law of diffusion
... exchange rate of a gas across a fluid membrane can be determined by using this law together with Graham's law .
W.F. Smith, Foundations of Materials Science and Engieering 3 rd ed. , McGraw-Hill (2004)
... genome , so that they cannot damage the host. RPR Gencell (a French pharmaceutical company) conducted experiments injecting retroviruses into lung
cancer patients. After the injections of vectors containing p53 — a gene that suppresses tumours — directly in to the cancerous ...
... were published as articles in the journal of the Royal Society of England . His first article appeared there in 1661 and was about anatomy of a lung
of a frog during which he had discovered capillaries . In 1667 Henry Oldenburg invited Malpighi to correspond with the Royal Society regularly ...
... very rare)
Striated muscle: rhabdomyoma (benign) and rhabdomyosarcoma (malignant) - both very rare
Metastasis from elsewhere (e.g. lung
Smooth muscle has been implicated to play a role in a large number of diseases affecting blood vessels , the respiratory tract (e.g. ...