Cancer location

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  • This book deals with problems which are sufficiently important to become the subject of studies. Cancer of the stomach remains one of the most pressing medical problems. Meanwhile, scientific and practical interest in this problem has markedly diminished during recent years. According to some experts, this can be explained first by the decreasing incidence of gastric cancer. But this concerns only some developed countries, where effective measures are taken for the prevention and early diagnosis of malignant tumors.

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  • This book is unique among its peers as it offers a broad international perspective and discusses practice approaches from around the globe. In addition, key elements of emergency medicine practice are covered for the reader discussing historical and cutting edge approaches and their scientific basis. The chapters that make up this textbook should be of interest to any reader who treats or is interested in the treatment of the emergency patient whether the patient is located in the pre-hospital, emergency department or in-hospital settings....

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  • Other Nonmelanoma Cutaneous Malignancies Neoplasms of cutaneous adnexa and sarcomas of fibrous, mesenchymal, fatty, and vascular tissues make up 1–2% of NMSC (Table 83-6). Some can portend a poor prognosis such as Merkel cell carcinoma, which is a neural crestderived, highly aggressive malignancy that exhibits a metastatic rate of 75% and a 5-year survival rate of 30–40%. Others, such as the human herpes virus 8-induced, HIV-related Kaposi's sarcoma, exhibit a more indolent course.

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  • The use of non-biomedical therapeutics and the management of cancer are high profile issues in health internationally. They both generate, in their own right, considerable debate amongst academics, practitioners and the wider public. Increasingly, as non-biomedical approaches have become more and more a feature of the range of therapeutic options available to cancer patients, the two have become inextricably linked. This book is concerned with that increasingly evident combination.

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  • Screening The rationale for colorectal cancer screening programs is that earlier detection of localized, superficial cancers in asymptomatic individuals will increase the surgical cure rate. Such screening programs are important for individuals having a family history of the disease in first-degree relatives. The relative risk for developing colorectal cancer increases to 1.75 in such individuals and may be even higher if the relative was afflicted before age 60.

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  • The combination of functional metabolic information and anatomical data has been available since 2001, when the combined PET/CT scanner was introduced. This technology has had a significant impact on many medical disciplines, including cardiology and neurology, but undoubtedly the greatest impact has been in the field of oncological imaging. It is the ability of PET/CT to accurately identify the anatomical location of abnormal metabolic activity that has revolutionized the detection and staging of many tumors....

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  • Probiotics may exert a multidirectional effects affecting the gene expression in intestinal cells. A number of positive effects of probiotics have been indicated, particularly their beneficial effect in the pathologic conditions including antibiotic-associated traveler's diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), lactose intolerance, dental caries, gastroduodenal ulcers due to Helicobacter pylori, hepatic encephalopathy, intestinal motility disorders and neonatal necrotizing enterocolitis.

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  • Wind energy developments may impair the setting ofhistoric sites and can compromise the visual amenity ofthe wider landscape,detracting from historic character,sense of place,tranquillity and remoteness.In certainconditions,indirect impacts can also include noise andshadow flicker from turbines.Turbines towers are now typically in excess of 60 metres in height and may have a zone of visualinfluence more than ten kilometres in radius.

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  • Project management ~PM! tools, techniques, and processes have become a professional management discipline to initiate, plan, control, and close out one-of-a-kind endeavors. Corporate organi- zations are in favor of PM tools and practices that are well suit- able for today’s rapidly changing business environment. Further- more, the level of PM maturity that assesses an organization’s current levels of PM practices has become sophisticated over the years.

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  • The calculation of indirect and induced (multiplier) impacts is made on the basis of input-output (I-O) accounting tables. These matrices show the pattern of purchases and sales between industries in the economy. Base tables are constructed at a national level, and tables for smaller regions are derived by regionalizing the core BEA tables to reflect inter-regional purchasing patterns.

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  • Eskew et al. introduced the systematic extended biopsy technique and described the 5- region biopsy protocol whereby conventional sextant biopsies were taken along with two additional cores from the far lateral portion of each side and three centralized cores (Eskew et al., 1997). When the prostate gland was over 50cc, one additional core is taken per region. Thirty-five percent of those patients diagnosed with prostate cancer were found to have cancers in the extra five biopsies sites and not in the sextant regions.

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  • Different types of mutation can vary in size, from structural variants to single base-pair substitutions, but what they all have in common is that their nature, size and location are often determined either by specific characteristics of the local DNA sequence environment or by higher order features of the genomic architecture. The genomes of higher organisms are now known to contain "pervasive architectural flaws" in that certain DNA sequences are inherently mutation prone by virtue of their base composition, sequence repetitivity and/or epigenetic modification....

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  • Presenilins are required for the function of c-secretase: a multiprotein complex implicated in the development of Alzheimer’s disease (AD). We analyzed expression of the presenilin 1 (PS1) gene. We show that ERM recognizes avian erythroblastosis virus E26 oncogene homolog (Ets) motifs on the PS1 promoter located at)10, +90, +129 and +165, and activates PS1 transcription with promoter fragments containing or not the)10 Ets site.

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  • ORRAF was established in 1960 to improve the livelihood of small-scale rubber producers, especially those that are located in Southern Thailand. ORRAF is a government enterprise under the administration of the Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives.

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  • Over many years, the petrochemical industry has built up an effective infra- structure for processing and distributing hydrocarbon-based products. Due to reliance on imported crude oil, much of the U.S. infrastructure is geographically located around the coastline (Fig. 9). Thus, many current processing facilities are not well situated for the collection of large volumes of plant-derived material. Where plant materials are processed in lumber mills, oil crushers, or corn wet mills, these are situated adjacent to areas of supply.

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  • Previous World’s Worst Pollution reports have ranked pollution sources by the potential number of people at risk (2010) and created disease burden estimates for location-specific case studies (2011). This year’s report is the first attempt at creating a widespread estimate of disease burden attributable to toxic pollution from industrial sources. Previous estimates from these reports indicated that the at-risk population was in the range of 100 million people.

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  • Over the last few years leaded petrols have been phased out of use. However this has resulted in higher levels of benzene and other aromatics in the substitute unleaded petrol. Benzene breaks down quickly in the environment and is not stored in the tissues of plants or animals. However, it is still hazardous to humans at high levels as it can cause several diseases of the blood including leukemia (cancer of the white blood cells). Benzene monitoring programmes were started in New Zealand in 1994 and are continuing because the levels in some locations were found...

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  • This publication summarizes local taxes on businesses by Virginia's cities and counties. Virginia differs from most states in that its counties and cities are separate taxing entities. A company pays either county or city taxes, depending upon its location--it does not pay both. If a company is located within the corporate limits of a town, it pays county taxes and town taxes, except for utility taxes which are paid only to the town if levied by both jurisdictions. Town rates may be found in the bulletin, Local Tax Rates, from the Virginia Department of...

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  • Microsoft has started later but with huge investments in the creation of new data centres. In the fall of 2008, the leading software company has introduced a cloud platform called Windows Azure, currently available only in a preview ver- sion. Azure is able to provide a number of new technologies: a Windows-based en- vironment in the cloud to store data in Microsoft data centres and to run applica- tions; an infrastructure for both on-premises and cloud applications (through .

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  • Quirra is a small village located in the south-eastern part of the Italian Sardinia Island (Sardegna), in the centre of the Mediterranean Sea. It is close to the sea shores (Capo San Lorenzo), and surrounded by other small villages like Perdasdefogu and Escalaplano. In that area, it is located the biggest military polygon of Italy and Europe, the "Poligono sperimentale di addestramento interforze del Salto Quirra" (“Salto di Quirra Polygon” and firing range).

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