By Hongjun Li, Ning Li
A novel pressure of influenza A (H1N1) virus emerged and an epidemic of influenza A (H1N1) happened around the world in 2009 and 2010, posing a serious hazard to the future health of humans. the 2 Editors interact in Beijing You An sanatorium, to strive against this sort of influenza. This ebook, Radiology ofInfluenza A (H1N1), is meant to supply first-hand medical information and its clinical research, therefore helping sound scientific perform for influenza A (H1N1) prevention and remedy in addition to comparable medical research.
The authors have accumulated over a hundred serious influenza A (H1N1) virus-infected circumstances. For instances of influenza A (H1N1) that led to dying, autopsies have been played for eight situations after receiving their households’ trained consent. Over two hundred stories on pathological and histological research in addition to immunohistochemical and electroscopic research have been introduced jointly. This publication used to be then compiled via evaluating the printed facts with the current first-hand data.
This ebook encompasses a wealth of content material, together with DR, CT and MRI pictures, pathological and histological figures, and immunohistochemical and electroscopic figures. similar examine, medical and academic wishes might be without problems chuffed via its unique facts, texts and figures, in addition to normal case reports.
Li Hongjun, is professor and director of the diagnostic radiology division in Beijing You An clinic, affiliated with Capital scientific collage, Beijing, China. Li Ning, is professor and president of Beijing You An sanatorium, affiliated with Capital scientific collage, Beijing, China.
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2. The critically ill patients with device monitoring can not receive MRI. 3. The display of calcified foci by MRI is far less favorable than by CT. Therefore, MRI has difficulties in diagnosing lesions characterized by pathologic calcification. 4. Long routine scanning time and confined applications for chest and abdomen imaging. 5. Unfavorable display of structures with low proton density, such as lungs and cortical bones. 6. Difficulty popularization due to its expensiveness. 1 Overview Japanese researchers have found that the deterioration of influenzal encephalitis may be related to gene variation.
The H1N1 influenza viruses replicate is within only respiratory epithelial cells. The virus entering into the cells causes complex pathological changes of the cells. The columnar epithelial cells stop the selfsynthesis of cellular component proteins. Therefore, the cells die due to their lack of necessary cell component proteins. Influenza A (H1N1) spread from person to person by water duplets (>5 mm) coughed or sneezed out from the nose and throat of infected people. These particles cannot stay in the air, but spread the disease by contacts.
2 Limitations 1. Patients equipped with pacemakers and ferromagnetic substances in the body can not receive MRI. 2. The critically ill patients with device monitoring can not receive MRI. 3. The display of calcified foci by MRI is far less favorable than by CT. Therefore, MRI has difficulties in diagnosing lesions characterized by pathologic calcification. 4. Long routine scanning time and confined applications for chest and abdomen imaging. 5. Unfavorable display of structures with low proton density, such as lungs and cortical bones.
Radiology of Influenza A (H1N1) by Hongjun Li, Ning Li