Tag: "tubular" at medical news
UCLA researchers develop new nanomaterials to deliver anti-cancer drugs to cells
...hat these nanoparticles are biocompatible, contain tubular
pores and are relatively easy to modify, Zink said. Additional modification by attaching a ligand against a cancer-cell-specific receptor can make the nanoparticles recognizable by cancer cells. A critical obstacle and challenge for cancer therapy ...
Advances in screening and markers improve early detection of colorectal cancer
...e centimeter was missed and all missed tumors were tubular
adenomas, or non-cancerous tumors. Based on these results, researchers established the colorectal tumor miss rate as zero percent (up to 2%) for significant tumors and 12 percent for all tumors. However, no significant difference of missed lesions ...
Endoscopic procedures advance physician knowledge and patient care
...gical connection of separate or severed parts of a tubular
organ, such as the intestine) and stop upper gastrointestinal bleeding in patients when other methods had failed. They were also able to close perforations and perform gastro-jejunostomies (surgical formation of a passage between the stomach and sma...
GI screening: Racing time or wasting time?
... Caucasian patients had a higher risk for proximal tubular
adenoma while African American patients had a higher risk for proximal adenocarcinoma and proximal tubulovillous adenoma. Tubulovillous adenomas have a higher rate of progression to cancer. There was a trend towards females having more advanced neo...
Nanomedicine opens the way for nerve cell regeneration
...on to this technology that enables us to fabricate tubular
nerve grafts composed entirely of polymer nanofibe... the length, diameter and thickness of the aligned tubular
nanofiber grafts. The group will evaluate the performance of these aligned nanofiber nerve grafts i...
SCAI Founders' Lecture traces impressive progress in interventional cardiology
...es would be propped open virtually end-to-end with tubular
metal scaffolding. Fewer still could have envisioned how to dismantle that mesh support system once the artery healed. Dr. Richard S. Stack, professor emeritus of medicine at Duke University, Durham, NC, had that vision. Today, during the Society fo...
Understanding cell death may bring new life to kidney treatment
...or apoptosis, particularly in the energy-consuming tubular
cells of the kidneys, he says. Fifty percent mortality rates from resulting ischemic renal failure haven't changed in nearly as many years, Dr. Dong says. Tubular cells which have the daunting daily task of reabsorbing nearly 50 gallons of usuable f...
Estrogen-progestin menopausal hormone therapy and risk of lobular and tubular breast cancer
...gher relative risk of developing lobular cancer or tubular
cancer than of developing ductal cancer. The resul...sociated with a higher relative risk of developing tubular
cancer than ductal cancer, when taken for more than five years. The study also confirms previous fin...
JCI table of contents, January 26, 2006
...re and causes injury to special renal cells called tubular
epithelial cells. In mice, acute renal failure (AR...eptor 1related protein y (Crry), which is found on tubular
epithelial cells, protects the kidney from damage. Previous work had shown that renal complement act...
JCI table of contents: December 8, 2005
...MP antagonist expressed in the kidney, accelerates tubular
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Study examines characteristics of cancers of the esophagus
...he esophagus is clear for tumors located along the tubular
portion of the esophagus, regardless of whether Barrett mucosa (a condition where the cellular lining of the esophagus has been changed, often caused by gastric reflux) is found, according to background information in the article. But there is contro...