Familial pulmonary

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  • Dr. Sharon Rounds, the editor for this series who invited us to write a book on rare lung diseases, developed the idea after attending the 2004 Lymphangioleiomyomatosis (LAM) Foundation annual research meeting. She was a keynote speaker at that event (during her tenure as the president of the American Thoracic Society) and was witness to the power of patient advocacy and the mission-based scientific effort that had brought this rare disease of women from obscurity to clinical trials with targeted molecular therapies in under a decade.

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  • The purpose of these guidelines is to provide the practicing physician with a rational and manageable approach to the diagnosis, treatment and control of pulmonary tuberculosis in the Philippines. By their very nature, these guidelines cannot encompass all eventualities. Care has been taken to confirm the accuracy of the information presented and to describe generally accepted practices.

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  • Pulmonary tuberculosis (PTB) remains to be a major concern for the Philippines, being one of countries with the highest prevalence, incidence and mortality rates for PTB as of 1997, and the economic aspect has always been blamed. Because more symptomatic TB patients consult the private practitioner this study therefore evaluates the physicians' knowledge and approach to tuberculosis. This study was conducted at the St.

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  • In this study in formations of the participants were evaluated retrospectively from the file records. The total number of recorded in-house contacts of 153 pulmonary tuberculosis patients was 753 of whom 625 patients came to control and were documented for treatment and follow up in Istanbul Eyup Tuberculosis Dispensary between January 2001 and December 2002.

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  • The second domain, environmental pollutants, encompasses exposures that might bring about chronic conditions or exacerbate these conditions. We include in this domain air, water, and other toxic pollutants. For example, repeated exposure to toxic waste sites may result in malignancies later in life (American Cancer Society, 2002), which in turn may lead to functional decline (Teno et al., 2001; Michael et al., 2000). Thus, exposure to water contamination or toxic wastes is likely to affect health status, particularly though cumulated effects in the lifecourse.

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  • The family tree on the foldout pages will show the interconnection of the sculptures diagrammatically. The three mummy pieces from 1982 are linked by the method of their creation. 2804, 1983, is the Vito shape reused, but with a base and painted with a number and a sign. The number is the identifier the cast for Vito was given at the foundry. A horizontal double helix is the sign for infinity. “The triple helix means beyond infinity to me”. Joe, 1983, is the next manifestation of the mummy shape, this time with the addition of foundry ladles that function like arms, making a cross.

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  • As detection of relationships improves with more samples and better methodology, families and super- families can become more populated. At present, structur- al relationships provide the highest level of classification, and structure-based databases classify proteins with similar ‘folds’. These classifications reveal that whenever structures are known for two proteins that are considered members of the same family or superfamily, the structures are similar, whereas the converse is often not true.

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  • This explicit step requires the program to seek explanations for unusually high or low outcomes on each indicator. The organization should establish a routine process for examining the findings from the latest outcome reports. For example, exhibit 11 compares outcomes for three family service units on one particular demographic characteristic. The two outlying values circled in the exhibit indicate unusual outcomes that a program manager will likely want to investigate.

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  • Of 1,605 study participants, 1,250 were PTB patients and 355 were non-TB controls. At baseline, HIV was associated with 246 (95% CI: 203; 279) cells per μL lower CD4 counts. All PTB patients had 100 cells per μL lower CD4 counts than the healthy controls. The CD4 levels were largely unchanged during a five-month of TB treatment.

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  • Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về y học được đăng trên tạp chí y học 'Respiratory Research cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về ngành y đề tài:" " Down-regulation of the inhibitor of growth family member 4 (ING4) in different forms of pulmonary fibrosis...

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  • In tuberculosis (Tb), the great inflammatory component causes major injuries that trigger fibroblastic reaction, fibrosis and chest wall retraction, compromising pulmonary expansion, which translates into a clinically and functionally moderate restrictive pattern and dyspnea during exercise. This favors lung disability, causing economic and social dependence upon the nuclear family.

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  • These assumptions unraveled quickly once the housing market turned in late 2006 and loan performance worsened. By end-2009, the Case-Shiller single family homes index had fallen by 30 percent and the unemployment rate had doubled relative to their levels at the peaks of the housing and business cycles. Data from the Mortgage Bankers’ Association of America indicate that by end-2009 over 4½ percent of all mortgage loans, (including more than 3 percent of conforming conventional loans), were in the foreclosure process.

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  • This revision of the Global Strategy for Asthma Management and Prevention again provides a unified text as a source document. Each chapter contains separate sections containing details and management advice for specific age categories where these are considered relevant. These age groups include children 5 years and younger (sometimes called preschool age), children older than 5 years, adolescents, adults, and the elderly.

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  • Asthma is a serious global health problem. People of all ages in countries throughout the world are affected by this chronic airway disorder that, when uncontrolled, can place severe limits on daily life and is sometimes fatal. The prevalence of asthma is increasing in most countries, especially among children. Asthma is a significant burden, not only in terms of health care costs but also of lost productivity and reduced participation in family life.

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  • Influenza is an acute respiratory illness caused by infection with influenza viruses. The illness affects the upper and/or lower respiratory tract and is often accompanied by systemic signs and symptoms such as fever, headache, myalgia, and weakness. Outbreaks of illness of variable extent and severity occur nearly every winter. Such outbreaks result in significant morbidity in the general population and in increased mortality rates among certain high-risk patients, mainly as a result of pulmonary complications.

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  • Collectins are a family of collagenous calcium-dependent defense lectins in animals. Their polypeptide chains consist of four regions: a cysteine-rich N-terminal domain,a colla-gen-like region,ana-helical coiled-coil neck domain and a C-terminal lectin or carbohydrate-recognition domain. These polypeptide chains form trimers that may assemble into larger oligomers. The best studied family members are the mannan-binding lectin,which is secreted into the blood by the liver,and the surfactant proteins A andD,which are secreted into the pulmonary alveolar and airway lining fluid....

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  • Tuberculosis, one of the oldest diseases known to affect humans, is a major cause of death worldwide. This disease, which is caused by bacteria of the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex, usually affects the lungs, although other organs are involved in up to one-third of cases. If properly treated, tuberculosis caused by drug-susceptible strains is curable in virtually all cases. If untreated, the disease may be fatal within 5 years in 50–65% of cases.

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