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Spirometry Test

The gold standard in lung testing In the same way that blood pressure measurements provide a simple yet effective screening method for cardiovascular disease, spirometry tests can help to unmask t...

Huntington's Disease

Huntington's disease is a hereditary disease caused by a defect in a single gene on Chromosome 4 that is inherited in an autosomal dominant fashion. The defect causes a part of DNA, called a CAG...

Gaucher's disease

Gaucher's (go-SHAYZ) disease occurs when certain harmful fatty substances accumulate to excessive levels in your liver, spleen, lungs, bone marrow and, less commonly, brain. This accumulation of...

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Making Old Lungs Look New Again

New research shows that the lungs become more inflammatory with age and that ibuprofen can lower that inflammation.  Read more about Making Old Lungs Look New AgainComments

Two FDA drug approvals for idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF)

By: Badrul A. Chowdhury, M.D., Ph.D. Pulmonary fibrosis is a disease in which tissue deep inside the lungs becomes thick, stiff, and scarred, decreasing the lungs’ ability to expand to take in air, ...

Age at first period may predict women's heart disease risk

Reuters Health - Women who begin menstruating before age 10 or after age 17 may have a higher risk of heart disease, stroke or high blood pressure than those who begin in the intervening years, accord...

Assessing risk of lung disease through contact with birds

Ornamental birds and feather pillows, plus daily exposure to pigeons may contribute to the development hypersensitive pneumonitis, a disease that can cause irreversible damage to the lungs. Therefore,...

Synedgen to Present at North American Cystic Fibrosis Conference

Claremont, CA (PRWEB) October 02, 2014 Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a genetic disease that causes dysfunction of the lungs and the gastrointestinal organs. In particular, very thick mucus accumulates in...

Making old lungs look young again

(Ohio State University) New research shows that the lungs become more inflammatory with age and that ibuprofen can lower that inflammation. Immune cells from old mouse lungs fought tuberculosis bacter...

Non-traditional donor lungs appear safe for transplant

(Elsevier) Patients receiving lungs from donors whose cause of death was asphyxiation or drowning have similar outcomes and long-term survival as patients receiving lungs from traditional donors, acco...

Cause of donor death should not automatically exclude lungs from transplant consideration

Patients receiving lungs from donors whose cause of death was asphyxiation or drowning have similar outcomes and long-term survival as patients receiving lungs from traditional donors, according to a ...

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Crystal Clear: The ability to crystallize proteins in space is accelerating drug development on Earth.

Structure-based drug design is on the front line of promising advancements in disease treatment and personalized medicine. However, the difficulties of characterizing protein structures hamper these d...

Morphological variations of the lungs: a study conducted on Indian cadavers.

Awareness of anatomical variations in lungs is essential during segmental or lobar resections of lungs. We studied the variations of fissures, lobes and hilar structures in 65 right and 73 left isolat...

CEP290 and the Primary Cilium.

The protein CEP290 has recently emerged as a major player in the biology of the cilium and as a causative protein in a number of human syndromic diseases, most of which are associated with the devasta...

A method for avoiding overlap of left and right lungs in shape model guided segmentation of lungs in CT volumes.

The automated correct segmentation of left and right lungs is a nontrivial problem, because the tissue layer between both lungs can be quite thin. In the case of lung segmentation with left and right ...

In search of the elusive lipofibroblast, in human lungs.

Although the pulmonary interstitial lipofibroblast (LF) has been widely recognized in rat and mouse lungs, their presence in human lungs remains controversial. In this issue of the Journal (xxx-xxx) T...

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