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Chapter 4 – Biophysiology and Clinical Considerations in Radiotherapy

84 Chapter 4 – Biophysiology and Clinical Considerations in Radiotherapy George E. Laramore The use of ionizing radiation in medicine dates back almost to the very date of its discovery. In 1895, Wilhelm Roentgen discovered x-rays, and 3 years later, Pierre and Marie Curie announced that they had isolated radium from pitchblende. The first documented […]

CHAPTER 4 STRUCTURE OF THE MARROW AND THE HEMATOPOIETIC MICROENVIRONMENT

CHAPTER 4 STRUCTURE OF THE MARROW AND THE HEMATOPOIETIC MICROENVIRONMENT Williams Hematology CHAPTER 4 STRUCTURE OF THE MARROW AND THE HEMATOPOIETIC MICROENVIRONMENT CAMILLE N. ABBOUD MARSHALL A. LICHTMAN Hematopoietic Location Embryogenesis and Early Stem Cell Development Histogenesis Marrow Structure Vasculature Innervation Sinus Architecture and Cellular Organization Bone Cells Macrophages and Lymphocytes Extracellular Matrix Hematopoietic Cells […]

CHAPTER 4 HORMONAL ACTION

CHAPTER 4 HORMONAL ACTION Principles and Practice of Endocrinology and Metabolism CHAPTER 4 HORMONAL ACTION DARYL K. GRANNER General Features of Hormone Systems and Historical Perspective Target Cell Concept Hormone Receptors General Features Recognition and Coupling Domains of Receptors Receptor Occupancy and Bioeffect Agonist-Antagonist Concept Regulation of Receptors Structure of Receptors Classification of Hormones Mechanism […]