Anterior mediastinal mass
... common masses found here include thymomas, germ cell
tumors, lymphomas, thyroid tissue, and ... classified as lymphocytic, epithelial, or spindle cell
histologies, but this is not very significant ... all age groups. Can also be primary mediastinal B cell
lymphoma with poor prognosis (8,9). Common ...
... of receptor specificities that occurs during T cell
and B cell
differentiation, whereby a proportion of the ... from peripheral sites. In the case of T cell
central tolerance, additional sources of antigen ...
... syndromes , leukemias , lymphomas , plasma cell
neoplasms , and histiocytic and mast cell
neoplasms. Hematopathologists from all over the ... that has become malignant . Thus there are B cell
lymphomas , ...
A renal cell
carcinoma (chromophobe type) viewed on a ...
2.1 Adaptation to injury
2.4 Tissue ... processes, such as cellular adaptation to injury, cell
death, inflammation, tissue repair, and ...
... for more information.
Thymocytes are T cell
precursors which develop in the thymus . The ... maturational stages based on the expression of cell
surface markers. The earliest thymocyte stage is ...
Negative selection, regulatory T cell
Events during maturation ...
Depolarization-induced suppression of inhibition
... action potential . Accordingly, any ionic current that hyperpolarizes a cell
is called an inhibitory current.
In their experiments with projection ... These observations suggested that no changes occurred in the post-synaptic cell
to change its responsiveness to GABA during DSI. Somehow, DSI appeared to ...
... due to aesthetic concerns (ie. melanoma of the face or squamous cell
carcinoma of the penis . 
Hormone replacement therapy
Opiate replacement therapy
... pneumonia .
This condition is inherited in an autosomal recessive pattern, meaning two copies of the gene in each cell
A case study was done in 1961 on a 7-year-old girl who passed away from heart failure with atransferrinemia. The half-normal ...
... is more or less in common to the fields of medicine , veterinary medicine , odontology and fundamental biosciences such as biochemistry , cell
biology , genetics , zoology , botanics and microbiology . Biomedicine is usually not concerned with the practice of medicine as much as it is ...
Cryostasis (clathrate hydrates)
... inside the cells reaches the eutectic and freezes. The final state of frozen tissues is pure ice in the former extracellular spaces, and inside the cell
membranes a mixture of concentrated cellular components in ice and bound water. In general, this process is not reversible to the point of restoring ...
... by external antigens (Heterophile Antigens) that nevertheless cross-react with self-antigens. For example antibodies against Group A Streptococcus cell
walls can also react with human heart tissues. These are considered heterophile antibodies. ...
... and a decrease in sensitivity to or the availability of critical secreted growth factors which are necessary to maintain muscle mass and satellite cell
In addition to the simple loss of muscle mass ( atrophy ), or the age-related decrease in muscle function ( sarcopenia ), there are other ...
... micro-encapsulation . Some specialist studies require the labeling of a patient's own cells with a radionuclide ( leukocyte scintigraphy and red cell
scintigraphy). Most diagnostic radionuclides emit gamma rays , while the cell-damaging properties of beta particles are used in therapeutic ...
... can be benign like dermoid cysts , or malignant like rhabdomyosarcoma and retinoblastoma . The most common eyelid tumor is called basal cell
carcinoma . This tumor can grow around the eye but rarely spreads to other parts of the body. Other types of common eyelid cancers include squamous ...
... is a cessation of either one or both respiratory effort and airflow for 10 seconds or longer.
An obstructive apnea is usually caused by excess cell
tissue lining the upper airway, abnormal airway anatomy, oropharyngeal crowding, or sometimes even enlarged tonsils. The technologist will observe ...
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