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  • Lung cancer in young adults aged 35 years or younger: A full-scale analysis and review. [Review]
  • JCJ Cancer 2019; 10(15):3553-3559
  • Liu B, Quan X, … Liu M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Lung cancer in young adults is distinctive, with adenocarcinoma and stage IV at presentation being predominant characteristics. Gene mutation assessment should be mandatory in this subgroup due to the increased likelihood of positive driver gene alterations, as individualized targeted therapy may achieve superior outcomes.
  • Diagnostic value of chest ultrasound in children with cystic fibrosis - Pilot study. [Journal Article]
  • PlosPLoS One 2019; 14(7):e0215786
  • Strzelczuk-Judka L, Wojsyk-Banaszak I, … Jończyk-Potoczna K
  • CONCLUSIONS: LUS constitutes an invaluable tool for the diagnosis of subpleural consolidations. CF-USS results correlate with the conventional x-ray modified Chrispin-Norman score. LUS should be considered a supplementary radiographic examination in the monitoring of CF patients, and CF-USS may provide clinicians with valuable information concerning the progression of the disease.
  • Mesothelioma Mortality Within Two Radiation Monitored Occupational Cohorts. [Journal Article]
  • IJInt J Radiat Biol 2019 Jul 10; :1-32
  • Mumma MT, Sirko JL, … Blot WJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: An elevated rate of death from mesothelioma was observed in two radiation-exposed occupational groups with potential for asbestos exposure. The increased risk of death from asbestosis, combined with little evidence of a rising trend in mesothelioma mortality with increasing radiation exposure, suggests that the mesothelioma (and asbestosis) excess in these workers was due to asbestos exposure in shipyards and power plants and not to occupational low-dose radiation.
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