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A young woman presented with cough, dyspnea on exertion, and weight loss. A chest roentgenogram revealed collapse of the left lung. On doing fiberoptic bronchoscopy, a growth was found in the left main bronchus. Cytologic examination and sections from cell block revealed that it was a metastatic growth from a giant cell tumor (GCT) of the bone. To the best(More)
In this paper we present the design considerations of Locast H2Flow, an educational tool created to guide learning in a local urban space. In particular, we explore the prospect of utilizing mobile devices to scaffold the learning process. Challenged by missions and guided by templates on a mobile phone, the students construct geo-referenced video(More)
Our interactions with space are becoming increasingly mediated – the further integration of context-aware mobile devices into everyday life continues to enable new understandings of our surrounding social, cultural and geographic spaces. Utilizing these devices in conjunction with emerging web technologies, online platforms that enable situated cultural(More)
The results of 125 bronchoscopies were reviewed and analysed with particular emphasis on bronchial brushing. In the patients with a visible endobronchial growth, yield for malignancy was 76.6%, while 2.9% each showed evidence of adenoma and dysplasia. In the patients with no visible growth, the yield was 25% without fluoroscopic guidance. There were no(More)
Participatory urbanism platforms must balance stakeholder needs to both empower citizens and exact change from the local authority. While many platforms can trigger discussion, changes will only be achieved through successful collaborative efforts. This paper outlines the challenges and opportunities of designing for participatory urbanism, drawing on a(More)
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