337 pain and 130 tightness in the chest , 171 cough, 85 fever, 359 cases 4 × 5 ×6cm ～20× 22 ×23cm of the masses, 71 pleural thickening, 106 rib destruction, 73 cases metastases in the pulmonary, bone and lymphaden , 279 pleural effusions.
The total number of the focus was 103, except 2 cases of bone lack , including 35 foci in vertebral column (34.65%), 30 foci in limb and joint (29.70%), 14 foci in rib (13.86%), 13 foci in elvis (12.9%), 5 foci in skull (4.95%) and 4 foci in sternum (3.96%).
Methods with method: the group for 31 examples, among them openning harms 8 example, merges all blood air chest( among them the lung fracture harms 6 example, the big blood vessel and heart hurts 2 example) , Shut to match the type chest external injury 23 examples, merges all blood air chest (17examples : among them many hairs rib bone fracture, the 6 examples :connect fetter chest , the lung bruises 6 example,) ;
Objective To explore a method to enrich human bone marrow CD 34+ stem cells from breast and costal bone during coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) in order for clinic studies of myocardium stem cell transplantation.
Results The locations of EGB in all cases were skull in 2,lumbar vertebrae in 2,kneecap in 1,costal bone in 1,humerus in 1,tibia in 1,phalanx in 1,and multiple EGB involved to skull and bilateral femura in 1.The lesions of EGB found in long bone were mostly unifocal,mostly located in diaphysis and were characterised by lytic destruction with well-definite margin.
The lines of intersection of the bow shocks are the body ribs.
The properties of the inertial hydrodynamic characteristics associated with an ideal fluid are studied in relation to cavities lacking a pendulum but fitted with annular ribs.
A low-turbulence wind tunnel has been used to make an investigation by the weight method of the influence of downwash of the free stream relative to the direction of ribs on the reduction of the frictional drag of a ribbed surface.
An experimental investigation is performed of the effect of temperature head on the flow of evaporating film of liquid, defined by the wetting line or by ribs, on a vertical heating surface.
The material studied is represented by differently lithified fish remains (bones, scales, teeth) and marine mammal bones (ribs, vertebras, earbones) collected from both reduced shelf sediments and oxidized pelagic ones.