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Sound of Silence by Rebecca .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 07 Jul 2008 7:13pm Sickness makes you quiet. When you’re first diagnosed with a serious condition, most likely you’ll fall into a stunned silence. The silence will thrum in your ears and in your brain. It will undo language; it will deconstruct the words and letters that give form to your thoughts. Imagine the straight line that anchors the loop of the lette ... Read on »
An Emergency Visit To One Of My Churg Strauss Physicians by animekid Posted Tue 29 Jun 2010 12:00am Evening all. Today was a day that scared the hell out of me. Scared the hell out of me enough today to have me finally go and see my pulmonary specialist Dr. Haitham Nsour from Crystal Run Medical. Mind you this is a visit that I should have ma ... Read on »
Asbestos and Pulmonary Fibrosis by Jan Posted Tue 22 Dec 2009 12:00am Our lungs get a lot of work because they are always working to trap oxygen to give to blood as well as remove carbon dioxide from the bloodstream as waste. Thus, when something happens to our lungs, it can be hugely detrimental. A lack of oxygen can make daily life difficult, and prolonged loss of air can even cause brain damage. When diseases ... Read on »
What are the causes of Pulmonary hypertension? by Jan Posted Mon 06 Sep 2010 12:00am In the last citing I highlighted the diagnostic techniques that differentiate pulmonary hypertension and other associated diseases that show similar signs and symptoms that might confuse you and your physician. That I explained the diagnostics previously, you must be thinking of this important question that will be striking in your mind by now ... Read on »
Asbestos and Pulmonary Fibrosis by Jan Posted Tue 16 Nov 2010 6:15am Our lungs get a lot of work because they are always working to trap oxygen to give to blood as well as remove carbon dioxide from the bloodstream as waste. Thus, when something happens to our lungs, it can be hugely detrimental. A lack of oxygen can make daily life difficult, and prolonged loss of air can even cause brain damage. When diseases su ... Read on »
Food and Pulmonary Fibrosis by Jan Posted Sat 04 Dec 2010 9:05pm Alveolitis and Pulmonary Fibrosis Pulmonary fibrosis is an end state of a number of chronic inflammatory lung diseases. This is a serious disease process and patients are given little hope when the diagnosis is made. Chronic inflammation is always an immune mediated process. The key questions are what antigens initiate the inflammation? What ... Read on »
VIDA Diagnostics Launches Apollo Pulmonary Analysis Software for Major Lung Disease by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Fri 27 May 2011 10:24pm Vida Diagnostics Press Release VIDA Diagnostics, a leading developer of quantitative pulmonary imaging software, announced today the launch of its new Apollo™ Software for the evaluation of pulmonary disease including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma, and lung cancer, here at the 2011 International C ... Read on »
Home Mold Levels May Precipitate Lung Disease by A4M Worldhealth.net Posted Fri 23 Nov 2012 10:09pm Posted on Nov. 20, 2012, 6 a.m. in Respiratory Environment Characterized by the development and growth of tiny clumps of inflammatory cells in different areas ... Read on »
Still chasing the Sarcoid train ... by Diana .. Posted Tue 02 Feb 2010 2:18pm My neurologist is still believing I should continue down the Sarcoidosis path given the recent lung lesion, bronchial infections, eye stuff (is it uveitis or optic neuritis) and joint pain and neuro symptoms which can totally go along with sarcoid. My next step is a pulmonologist and a GAD-enhanced PET scan to look for granulomas and or a biop ... Read on »
The World’s Longest (and Most Overdue) Blog Entry by Rebecca .. Patient Expert Posted Sun 17 Jan 2010 8:24pm 2 Comments In my last entry to this blog, I promised myself and my readers that I would be showing up here in Chronic Town more regularly. I’ve certainly stretched the limits of what “regularly” means, haven’t I? If it counts for anything, though, I have thought about finishing and posting this essay I started back in 2009 nearly every day. Par ... Read on »