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PLWC Slide Deck Series: Understanding Lung Cancer

PLWC Slide Deck Series: Understanding Lung Cancer

Presents. PLWC Slide Deck Series: Understanding Lung Cancer. 2006. What is Cancer?. A group of 100 different diseases The uncontrolled, abnormal growth of cells Cancer may spread to other parts of the body. What is Lung Cancer?. The leading cause of cancer death among men and women

By niveditha
(384 views)

The Respiratory system

The Respiratory system

The Respiratory system. Case Study-Respiratory System.

By lesa
(259 views)

Respiratory Disorders: Pleural and Thoracic Injury

Respiratory Disorders: Pleural and Thoracic Injury

Respiratory Disorders: Pleural and Thoracic Injury. I. Disorders of the Pleura A. Pleural Effusion Definition: a collection of excess fluid in the pleural space.

By tevin
(257 views)

THORACIC ANATOMY Extramediastinal

THORACIC ANATOMY Extramediastinal

THORACIC ANATOMY Extramediastinal. Boundaries. Anterior manubrium, sternum and xiphisternum Posterior vertebral column and the ribs Superior continuous with the neck Inferior diaphragm Thoracic wall is topographically & developmentally continuous with the abdominal wall .

By tanner
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9. DIAGNOSTIC NUCLEAR MEDICINE

9. DIAGNOSTIC NUCLEAR MEDICINE

9. DIAGNOSTIC NUCLEAR MEDICINE. 9.2. RADIOISOTOPE IMAGING EQUIPMENT. The typical radioisotope is a photon emitter. The photon energy must be above E  = 100 keV otherwise the body tissue will cause attenuation of the emitted  -radiation.

By sharne
(122 views)

Surgical Management of Lung Cancer

Surgical Management of Lung Cancer

Surgical Management of Lung Cancer. By Michael Shackcloth. Except for small cell carcinoma of the lung it is generally accepted that surgery is the most effective therapy for lung carcinoma Kirsch Ann Thorac Surg 1976 Mountain CF Sem Oncol 1983 . History.

By angelito
(299 views)

Your Lungs

Your Lungs

Your Lungs. A Complete Guide. ^. Almost. Your Lungs. The Respiratory System.

By maegan
(158 views)

The Respiratory System

The Respiratory System

The Respiratory System. Chapter 7. Overview of Structures, Combining Forms, and Functions of the Respiratory Systems. Structures of the Respiratory System. Structures of the Upper Respiratory Tract. Nose. Primary Function Exchanges air during inhaling and exhaling

By jessie
(160 views)

The Human Respiratory System

The Human Respiratory System

The Human Respiratory System. By Gene and Kevin. Introduction to the Human Respiratory System. The Respiratory System is what controls breathing. It brings in the oxygen your body needs and gets rid of the carbon dioxide that is left over. If you didn’t breathe you would pass out or die.

By ansel
(198 views)

Bio 250: Human Anatomy

Bio 250: Human Anatomy

Bio 250: Human Anatomy. Spring 2005 Respiratory System. Respiratory System. Provide Body w/ Oxygen Remove Carbon Dioxide Respiration Pulmonary Ventilation External Respiration Transport of Respiratory Gases Internal Respiration. Organs of Respiratory System. Nose Nasal Cavity Pharynx

By arleen
(127 views)

Cross-species Mapping between Anatomical Ontologies: Terminological and Structural Support

Cross-species Mapping between Anatomical Ontologies: Terminological and Structural Support

Cross-species Mapping between Anatomical Ontologies: Terminological and Structural Support. by Sarah Luger, Stuart Aitken & Bonnie Webber sluger@inf.ed.ac.uk , stuart@aiai.ed.ac.uk , bonnie@inf.ed.ac.uk XSPAN/University of Edinburgh. A Mapping Problem. Mouse Tail. A Mapping Problem.

By juancarlos
(88 views)

9. DIAGNOSTIC NUCLEAR MEDICINE

9. DIAGNOSTIC NUCLEAR MEDICINE

9. DIAGNOSTIC NUCLEAR MEDICINE. 9.2. RADIOISOTOPE IMAGING EQUIPMENT. The typical radioisotope is a photon emitter. The photon energy must be above E  = 100 keV otherwise the body tissue will cause attenuation of the emitted  -radiation.

By hedwig
(102 views)

PLWC Slide Deck Series: Understanding Lung Cancer

PLWC Slide Deck Series: Understanding Lung Cancer

Presents. PLWC Slide Deck Series: Understanding Lung Cancer. 2006. What is Cancer?. A group of 100 different diseases The uncontrolled, abnormal growth of cells Cancer may spread to other parts of the body. What is Lung Cancer?. The leading cause of cancer death among men and women

By rebekah
(96 views)

Lungs

Lungs

Lungs. Dr. Hassan Shaibah. Lungs. lie in the thorax . Sits on the diaphragm. Apex projected upwards in the neck. Conical shape. base sits on the diaphragm. concave base . Lungs. has 2 surfaces. medial or mediastinal (concave). lateral or costal (convex). posterior

By zuriel
(533 views)

Respiratory system

Respiratory system

Respiratory system. Outcome Students will be able to recognize the different parts of respiratory system. Students will be able to determine functions of different parts of respiratory system. It is composed of: Nasal cavity Pharynx Larynx Trachea and bronchi Lungs. Nasal cavity.

By rhonda
(78 views)

The Respiratory System

The Respiratory System

The Respiratory System. Lesson 3: Standard 9a. Students know how the complementary activity of major body systems provides cells with oxygen and nutrients and removes toxic waste products such as carbon dioxide . What have we learned so far?.

By oksana
(76 views)

Respiratory System

Respiratory System

Respiratory System. Muhammad hammad Ap biology Block 6. Functions.

By colman
(67 views)

The Immune Security Guard

The Immune Security Guard

The Immune Security Guard. By- Jonathan Birl, Alex Iveroth and Travis Williams. What is the immune system?. The immune system is one of our nine systems. It tries to prevent you from getting sick. In many ways it is like a security guard.

By alaric
(149 views)

Lungs

Lungs

Lungs. By: Eun Ji and Cherry . About Lungs. The lungs are a vital organ in our body, located in our chests. These organs brings oxygen . Each lung is made up of lobes.

By conway
(252 views)

Respiratory System Chapter 13:

Respiratory System Chapter 13:

Respiratory System Chapter 13:. Amelia May Block 3. Function:. To supply oxygen to the blood while removing carbon dioxide. To oversee gas exchanges that occur between the blood and the external environment. Organs I:. Nose- Only visible part of the respiratory system.

By idalia
(117 views)

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