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Morphometry of the human lung.

Ewald R. Weibel

Morphometry of the human lung.

by Ewald R. Weibel

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Published by Springer-Verlag in Berlin .
Written in English


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This resulted in a new approach to lung anatomy: morphometry would provide the quantitative information for modeling structure-function relations in the lung, and eventually in the entire.   This resulted in a new approach to lung anatomy: morphometry would provide the quantitative information for modeling structure–function relations in the lung, and eventually in the entire respiratory system, thus allowing a rational analysis of Cited by: 1.

book's contents. It has eleven chapters but essentially three parts. After a brief introduction and description of the organization of the human lung, considerable space is given to the "Principles and Methods of Morphometry," including eighteen figures and ninety-four equations. (The figures are handsome, and the equations, clearly developed. Description: Morphometry of the Human Lung considers the developments in understanding the quantitative anatomy of the lung, and in the correlation of anatomy with physiology. This book is composed of 11 chapters, and begins with an overview of a systematic approach to a quantitative morphologic analysis of the architecture of the human lung.

complexity of lung anatomy and the calculations involved, mst mathematical analyses of inhalation deposition have used simplified representations of lung structure rather than detailed descriptions based upon actual morphometric measurements. For example, Weibel's model of the human lung with regular dichot-. based, deformation-based and tensor-based morphometry. Deformation-based morphometry (DBM) is a method for identifying macroscopic anatomical di erences among the brains of di erent populations of subjects. The method involves spatially normalizing the structural MR images of a number of sub-jects so that they all conform to the same File Size: 1MB.


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Purchase Morphometry of the Human Lung - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. This book will be of value to pulmonologists, physiologists, and researchers who are interested in lung morphometry. Show less Morphometry of the Human Lung considers the developments in understanding the quantitative anatomy of the lung, and.

The work presented in this monograph marks a new era, we believe, both in the development of quantitative anatomy of the lung, and in the correlation of anatomy with physiology. For many years, physiologists interested in the overall functioning of the lung have felt a need for better quantitative descriptions of pulmonary anatomy.

The work presented in this monograph marks a new era, we believe, both in the development of quantitative anatomy of the lung, and in the correlation of anatomy with physiology. For many years, physiologists interested in the overall functioning of. Morphometry of the Human Lung considers the developments in understanding the quantitative anatomy of the lung, Morphometry of the human lung.

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Morphometry of the human lung. Berlin, Springer, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book. Get this from a library. Morphometry of the Human Lung.

[Ewald R Weibel] -- Morphometry of the Human Lung considers the developments in understanding the quantitative anatomy of the lung, and in the correlation of anatomy with physiology.

This book is composed of Ultrastructure and Morphometry of the Human Lung Matthias Ochs Peter H. Burri Joan Gil Ewald R. Weibel Organization of the Lung The application of electron microscopy and quantitative methods in morphology (morphometry) has widened the general understanding of lung structure and set the course for a more functional approach to the study of pulmonary architecture.

Morphometry of the Human Lung. Benjamin M. Lewis, MD. Arch makes it desirable to check results of these methods against the known structure of the lung.

Weibel's book is a pioneering attempt to provide such data as the total number, diameter, and surface area of the alveoli, bronchioles, and capillaries of the lung. and capillaries of Author: Benjamin M.

Lewis. Morphometry of the Human Lung considers the developments in understanding the quantitative anatomy of the lung, and in the correlation of anatomy with physiology. This book is composed of 11 chapters, and begins with an overview of a systematic ap.

Morphometry of the Human Lung | Ewald R. Weibel (Auth.) | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books. (ebook) Morphometry of the Human Lung () from Dymocks online store. This book is composed of 11 chapters, and begins with an overview of a systematic approach to a quantitative morphologic analysis of the architecture of the human lung, followed by a presentation of general problems of methodology and the derivation of reliable.

Morphometry of the Human Lung by EwaldM. Research Associate, Department of Cytology, The Rockefeiler Institute, New York, N. Formerly Research Associate, Department of Medicine, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, and The Cardiopulmonary Labaratory of The Chest Service, Bellevue Hospital, New York, N.

Morphometry of the human lung: the state of the art after two decades. Weibel ER. This paper reviews the development of the methods for estimating morphometric parameters describing the human lung. The original work was done by light microscopy, but physiologically relevant data depend on studying the delicate structure of alveoli and Cited by: To describe lung growth qualitatively and quantitatively from prehatch to adulthood of an unselected line of turkey, a precocial avian species, 36 Author: Mohamed Ahmed Abdalla.

Morphometry using a microscope equipped with a television camera attachment and a computer can generate accurate data about the nuclear perimeter, nuclear area, and the nucleocytoplasmic ratio. These measurements permit classification of the various groups of urothelial cells, and the nuclear measurements correlate closely with the grade of tumor.

Morphometry of the human pulmonary acinus. Haefeli-Bleuer B(1), Weibel ER. Author information: (1)Department of Anatomy, University of Berne, Switzerland. The geometry and morphometry of intraacinar airways in human lungs were studied on silicone rubber casts from two adult by: John N.

Maina (July 12th ). Application of Morphometric and Stereological Techniques on Analysis and Modelling of the Avian Lung, New Insights into Morphometry Studies, Pere M. Pares-Casanova, IntechOpen, DOI: /intechopen Available from:Author: John N. Maina.

Add your e-mail address to receive free newsletters from SCIRP. @article{osti_, title = {Cellular morphometry of the bronchi of human and dog lungs}, author = {Robbins, E.S.}, abstractNote = {One hundred and thirty-one bronchial samples from 62 patients have been dissected by generation from fixed surgical lung specimens obtained after the removal of pathological lesions.

Complete patient records including occupational and smoking. The diagnosis of diseases of the brain is based on additional methods, confirming the clinical diagnosis.

One of the most objective methods is magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). A detailed quantitative evaluation became possible after the introduction of MRI voxel‐morphometry–statistical analysis of structural MRI images using a computerized Author: Sergey [email protected]{osti_, title = {Cellular morphometry of the bronchi of human and dog lungs}, author = {Robbins, E.S.}, abstractNote = {One hundred and forty-seven bronchial samples (generations ) from 66 patients (62 usable; 36 female, 26 male; median age 61) have been dissected by generation from fixed surgical lung specimens obtained after the removal of .Title: Voxel-Based Morphometry of the Human Brain: Methods and Applications VOLUME: 1 ISSUE: 2 Author(s):Andrea Mechelli, Cathy J.

Price, Karl J. Friston and John Ashburner Affiliation:Wellcome Department of Imaging Neuroscience, 12 Queen Square London, WC1N 3BG, UK.

Keywords:voxel-based morphometry, magnetic resonance imaging, statistical .