PH 1: Respiratory System - 25 Vials - $89
Code
Name
Alternative Name
Description
PH101 Bronchitis, chronic inflammation of one or more bronchi, usually secondary to infection
PH102 Broncho-pneumonia bronchial pneumonia, bronchoalveolitis, bronchopneumonitis, lobular pneumonia inflammation of the lungs which usually begins in the terminal bronchioles
PH103 Carcinoma, bronchoalveolar malignant tumour of the bronchioles and alveoli in the lungs
PH104 Diphtheria, larynx the voice box showing changes brought about by diphtheria (acute contagious bacterial infection marked by the formation of a false membrane in the throat and other air passages causing difficulty in breathing)
PH105 Emphysema a lung condition featuring an abnormal accumulation of air in the lung's many tiny air sacs (alveoli), leading to abnormally large air spaces, lack of lung elasticity and scarring
PH106 Giant cell carcinoma a variant of large cell carcinoma that is particularly aggressive
PH107 Influenza, lung an acute highly contagious virus disease that is caused by various strains of orthomyxoviruses; symptoms include fever, prostration, severe aches and pains, and progressive inflammation of the respiratory mucous membrane
PH108 Large cell carcinoma, lung cancer originating in the peripheral part of the lung; the cells are large and look abnormal under a microscope
PH109 Lung main organ of respiration, lying either side of heart
PH110 Lung cancer, secondary, unknown primary secondary lung cancer as a result of cancer metastasising from an unknown site
PH111 Lung, heart failure congestion of the blood vessels in the lungs due to some defect in the pumping action of the heart
PH112 Oedema, lung odema fluid accumulation in the lungs
PH113 Pleural endothelioma, malignant a malignant tumour which is formed from tissues of the serous membranes covering the lungs
PH114 Pleurisy, acute inflammation of the pleura (protective membrane of lung)
PH115 Pneumonia an infection that occurs when fluid and cells collect in the lung
PH116 Pulmonary bland infarct, new a new infarct (an area of tissue death due to a local lack of oxygen), without any sign of infection
PH117 Pulmonary hypertension, lung lung tissue showing evidence of abnormally elevated blood pressure within the pulmonary circuit
PH118 Small cell carcinoma bronchogenic cancer, lung cancer, oat cell cancer a fast-growing, malignant tumor of the lungs
PH119 Smoker's lung lung showing changes brought about by smoking cigarettes
PH120 Squamous cell carcinoma this cancer forms in cells lining the airways; most common lung cancer in men
PH121 Streptococci in lung lung tissue showing evidence of infection with strep bacteria
PH122 Trachea airway that leads from the larynx to the lungs
PH123 Tuberculosis, lung chronic disease that is caused by the tubercle bacillus and by mycobacterium bovis
PH124 Tuberculosis, with bacteria, pulmonary cavity tuberculosis evident in the cavity in which the lungs are situated
PH125 Venous congestion, chronic, lung overfilling and distention of the veins with blood as a result of mechanical obstruction or heart problems