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Experimental pneumoconiosis

S. H. Zaidi

Experimental pneumoconiosis

by S. H. Zaidi

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Published by Johns Hopkins Press in Baltimore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Lungs -- Dust diseases.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 255-311.

    Statement[by] S. H. Zaidi.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC773 .Z28
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxv, 326 p.
    Number of Pages326
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5067405M
    LC Control Number74075178

    the book entitled "Experimental Pneumoconiosis" published by John Hopkins Press, Baltimore, Maryland and has edited a book on Environmental Pollution and Human Health. He received numerous awards and honors, including the Fellowship of the Royal College of Pathologists, London, the Pathological Society of. Pneumoconiosis definition is - a disease of the lungs caused by the habitual inhalation of irritants (such as mineral or metallic particles).

    In summary, pneumoconiosis was closely related to environmental factors in the Huainan mines. Dust, SiO 2 concentration, the presence of microbial granules less than or equal to 5 µm, and heavy metals affected the pulmonary toxicity. This study provided experimental basis for the occurrence of pneumoconiosis and may improve dust control. Index to Books Reviewed Author Agrios, George N. Attix, Frank H., & E. Tochilin Banerji, Ranan B. Experimental Pneumoconiosis American Scientist, Volume experimental animal in basic research, sponsored by the University of South Dakota, Vermillion, S.D., November.

    Mineral pneumoconiosis. In in Europe, it was estimated that a total of cases of pneumoconiosis were related to occupational exposures to asbestos, silica and coal dust. Silicosis. Silicosis should be a disease of the past, and it has indeed become relatively uncommon in industrialised countries thanks to dust control in the workplace. Pneumoconiosis Treatment and Prevention Pneumoconiosis treatment and prevention are of significant concern for many individuals, especially those whose occupation puts them at a particularly high risk for contracting some form of this lung disease. Pneumoconiosis is a general term that can be collectively applied to lung diseases that result from inhaling particles of mineral dust, [ ].


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Experimental pneumoconiosis. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press [] (OCoLC) Online version: Zaidi, S.H. Experimental pneumoconiosis. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Press [] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Experimental pneumoconiosis book / Contributors: S H Zaidi.

This Experimental pneumoconiosis book reviews experimental pneumoconiosis from the 's to the early 's. An introductory chapter recounts the ancients' awareness of the dangers of dust to miners.

A description of the minerals causing pneumoconiosis and of the related industries is valuable. Experimental methods for. ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH 6, () Experimental Infectioe Pneumoconiosis: Effect of Asbestos Dust and Candida albicans Infection on the Lungs of Rhesus Monkeys S.

ZAIDI, RAVI SHANKER, AND R. DOGRA Industrial Toxicology Research Centre, Lucknow, India Received Septem The combined effect of Candida albicans, a facultative Cited by: 7.

The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine [01 Jun42(6)]. Pneumoconiosis is the general term for a class of interstitial lung diseases where inhalation of dust has caused interstitial coniosis often causes restrictive impairment, although diagnosable pneumoconiosis can occur without measurable impairment of lung function.

Depending on extent and severity, it may cause death within months or years, or it may never produce symptoms. Experimental pneumoconiosis by inhalation of slight radioactive felspar dust was developed in form of progressive fibrotic nodules in animal lungs.

" 2. Experimental pneumoconiosis by inhalation of control non-radioactive felspar dust was negative to make fibrotic nodules in the corresponding periods.

" 3. Experimental pneumoconiosis by high radioactive allanite dust was rapidly and. Experimental Induction of Pulmonary Fibrosis. Overview of Experimental Pneumoconiosis. Experimental Asbestosis.

Experimental Silicosis. Methods in Experimental Pathology of the Pleura. Methods in Experimental Pathology of Pulmonary Vasculature. Experimental Lung Carcinogenesis by Intratracheal Instillation. Pneumoconiosis with DIF had an exceedingly high occurrence of lung cancers, compared with pneumoconiosis without DIF (29 [53%] of 55 versus 78 [15%] ofp.

As a model of lung fibrosis, experimental pneumoconiosis is giving us a great informat ion because crystalline silica is probably one of the most typical agent producing pulmonary fibrosis and the severity of its health effects and the widespread nature of exposure have been long recognized.

Overview of Pneumoconiosis. Pneumoconiosis can be classified into different types depending on the type of dust causing the disease. Examples are berylliosis, coal worker’s pneumoconiosis (CWP), silicosis, and asbestosis. Pneumoconiosis is defined as the chronic accumulation of fine dust in the lung parenchyma and the inflammatory reaction in response to coal.

TAK1 as a highly expressed and activated protein in pneumoconiosis. (a) Flow chart depicting experimental design in our study.(b) Heatmaps showing gene signatures in alveolar macrophage NR cells exposed to silica (n=3) or vehicle control (n=3) and lung fibroblast WI cells stimulated with TGF-β (n=3) or vehicle control (n=3), respectively.(c) Five overlapping genes between top   Models of Lung Disease book.

Microscopy and Structural Methods. Models of Lung Disease. DOI link for Models of Lung Disease. Models of Lung Disease book.

Microscopy and Structural Methods. By Joan Gil. Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published 12 August Pub. location Boca Raton. The English summary appended to the paper is as follows: " The writer investigated the influences of dry dust of four kinds of mother rocks (Shale, Tuff, Liparite and Propylite) which have been considered to have some relation to the cause of silicosis, according to some animal experiments.

The dusts were administered to experimental animals by intravenous, intratracheal and the. Part of the Wissenschaftliche Forschungsberichte book series (WIFO, volume 3) Zusammenfassung The typical lung lesion of the Welsh coal miner has been described by Gough (), Belt and Ferris () and by Hepplestone ().

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MARTIN JE., Jr Coal miners' pneumoconiosis. Am J Public Health Nations Health. May; 44 (5)– [PMC free article] FLETCHER CM, OLDHAM PD. The problem of consistent radiological diagnosis in coalminers' pneumoconiosis; an experimental study.

Br J Ind Med. Jul; 6 (3)– [PMC free article]. The most important of these are the pneumoconioses. A pneumoconiosis is a diagnosable disease produced by the inhalation of dust (i.e., particulate matter in the solid phase, excluding living organisms).

Mineral dust can be classified as fibrogenic, such as asbestos and silica, or inert, such as iron, tin, or barium. The metal dusts include. Introduction. Pneumoconiosis is caused by the accumulation of inhaled particulates and involves a reaction of tissue in the lung (, 1).The International Labour Organization (ILO) has established a standardized system for classifying radiographic abnormalities in pneumoconiosis on the basis of the presence of the following lung parenchymal and pleural abnormalities: small rounded opacities.

Pneumoconioses are a broad group of lung diseases that result from inhalation of dust particles. It is therefore considered part of the spectrum of inhalational lung disease, and also occupational lung diseases. Pathology Etiology The offendin. Help us write another book on this subject and reach those readers.

Suggest a book topic Books open for submissions. chapter statistics. total chapter downloads. More statistics for editors and authors.

Login to your personal dashboard for more detailed statistics. Pneumoconiosis can be simple or complicated. Simple pneumoconiosis causes a small amount of scar tissue.

The tissue may appear on an X-ray as round, thickened areas called nodules. This type of the disease is sometimes called coal worker pneumoconiosis, or CWP. Complicated pneumoconiosis is known as progressive massive fibrosis, or PMF.Pneumoconiosis is a lung condition that is caused by inhaling particles of mineral dust, usually while working in a high-risk, mineral-related industry.

At first, irritating mineral dust can trigger lung inflammation, which causes areas of the lung to be temporarily damaged. Over time, these areas can progress to form tough, fibrous tissue.Abstract. The term pneumoconiosis, originally coined by Zenker, 1 literally means dust in the lung.

Because various types of dust can be found in the lungs of virtually all adults, this term has come to mean the accumulation of abnormal amounts of dust in the lungs and the pathologic response to this dust.