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  • Pfizer also now sells sildenafil under the brand Revatio to treat hypertension in the lung's arteries.

    Pfizer Goes to Court to Protect Viagra

  • "The tube is out, the lung's inflated, 100 percent recovery," Gould said.

    Agent: Brandon Banks released from hospital [updated]

  • First, inflammation inside the lung's branch-like airways narrows those channels to make breathing difficult.

    Those With Severe Asthma Offered Radical Treatment

  • Alan Russell, director of the McGowan Institute for Regenerative Medicine, likens it to a big city: If skyscrapers are equivalent to cells, then a city's underlying infrastructure roads, sewers, phone lines and electrical cabling are akin to a lung's "extracellular matrix."

    Scientists Build a Rat Lung

  • The laser caused the drug to produce an unstable form of oxygen, which made the cancerous tissue inflame and detach from the lung's lining.

    Let There Be Light

  • For pulmonary hypertension (PHT), a dangerous disorder in which blood pressure in the lung's main artery increases, impeding breathing.

    Periscope

  • Researchers have released study results showing that current and former smokers who use the statin drugs lost less of their lung's ability to function than those who didn't use the statins.

    CNN Transcript Oct 24, 2006

  • The lung's ability to self-clean and reduce infection also increases.

    CNN Transcript Aug 3, 2003

  • And she said, We can't give you any painkillers because your lung's punctured and that will slow the respiratory system down and you've got to stay with this.

    CNN Transcript Oct 30, 2002

  • The sound is dullest opposite the right ventricle, F; whilst above and to either side of this point, where the heart is overlapped by the anterior shelving edges of both lungs, the sound is modified in consequence of the lung's resonant qualities.

    Surgical Anatomy

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