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Pleuropulmonary blastoma: fluorescence in situ hybridization analysis indicating trisomy 2.
We report a case of pleuropulmonary blastoma occurring in the right upper lobe and pleura of a 29-month-old boy. Histologically, the tumor was composed of undifferentiated mesenchymal cells withExpand
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Difference in cytokine production in acute and chronic rejection of rat lung allografts
Abstract  In Brown Norway to Lewis rat lung transplantation, short‐term administration of cyclosporine produces permanent adoption of allografts; however, the adopted grafts show symptoms of chronicExpand
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Management of postpneumonectomy syndrome by intrapleural injection of sulfur hexafluoride. Case report.
Left postpneumonectomy syndrome was managed by injection of sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) into the pleural space. This measure permitted irradiation of a contralateral, second primary lung cancer withoutExpand
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Difference in cytokine production in acute and chronic rejection of rat lung allografts
In Brown Norway to Lewis rat lung transplantation, short-term administration of cyclosporine produces permanent adoption of allografts; however, the adopted grafts show symptoms of chronic rejection.Expand
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Pathogenesis of late airway changes in long-term surviving lung allografts.
Late airway changes are frequently observed in long-term surviving rat lung allografts. In this present study, we investigate this problem using the mixed lymphocyte reaction, graft-versus-host assayExpand
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Bronchus-associated lymphoid tissue is targeted and damaged by recipient lymphocytes in long-term-surviving rat lung allograft.
T HE BRONCHUS-associated lymphoid tissue (BALT) is a conspicuous part of the local immune system of the lung. In acute rejection, the BALT is the first target due to its high immunogenicity.’Expand
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Pleural‐changes in the lung allograft during acute rejection
Abstract To ascertain the cause of pleural fibrosis in lung allografts, pleural changes were investigated in rat syngeneic and allogeneic lung grafts. The pleura of lung syngeneic grafts showed noExpand
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Graft-infiltrating cells in rat lung allograft with late airway damage.
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Persistently expressed interleukin-1β and tumor necrosis factor-α gene in accepted rat lung allografts
ALL OF THE LUNG allografts from Brown Norway (BN) rats are completely rejected and destroyed in Lewis (LEW) recipients rats by day 6 after transplantation. With cyclosporine (CyA) administration onExpand
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Mediastinal esophageal cyst causing unilateral hyperlucent lung.
Unilateral emphysema secondary to bronchial obstruction by a foregut-derived mediastinal cyst is rare. Here we describe an infant with a unilateral hyperlucent lung due to compression on the leftExpand
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