Pancoast

Pan·coast

(pan'kōst),
Henry K., U.S. roentgenologist, 1875-1939. See: Pancoast syndrome, Pancoast tumor.
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Such damage could be a sign or symptom of an underlying condition such as diabetes mellitus, a brain tumour, a Pancoast tumour affecting the apex of the lung, or diseases which cause weakness in muscles or nerve damage, such as myasthenia gravis or oculopharyngeal muscular dystrophy.
On the horizon: an expansion to the Bass Museum--another Pancoast creation--by Arata Isozaki and David Gauld; striking residential towers in Coconut Grove by Bjarke Ingels and OMA; the David Rockwell-designed Brightline train, which will zip passengers from Miami to Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, and Orlando; and the Underline, a 10-mile urban trail beneath the Metrorail.
Jason Pancoast created the Shadowfox brand in 2012 while studying architecture at the University of Oregon, Shadowfox spokesman Taylor Jones said.
2) Lung adenocarcinoma typically secondarily involves the brachial plexus via direct extension in the setting of a Pancoast tumor involving the superior sulcus (Figure 7).
The New Jersey Credit Union League promoted Donna Pancoast from shared compliance specialist to shared compliance manager.
A computed tomography scan of the chest showed an irregular mass in the apical segment of the right upper lobe suggestive of a Pancoast tumor, with ground glass opacities and an enlarged right paratracheal lymph node.
Whereas the majority of the participants in the MMPI-A clinical standardization sample were in alcohol and drug treatment facilities (Archer, Pancoast, & Gordon, 1994), the participants in the clinical inpatient sample of this study were from a psychiatric hospital and two residential treatment centers.
Combined neurogenic and nociceptive pain in a patient with Pancoast tumor managed by epidural hydromorphone and oral carbamazepine.
Unusually located intrathoracic extrapulmonary mediastinal hydatid cyst manifesting as Pancoast syndrome.
Superhero parade led by Judy Pancoast and the Judy Crew of teen dancers, 11 a.
3% or 61 cases of pulmonary malignancies, mesothelioma in 24 cases, Pancoast tumor in 15, gastrointestinal carcinoma in 26 cases, metastatic carcinoma in 21 cases, and 60 with miscellaneous malignancies.
A Quaker Forty-Niner: The Adventures of Charles Edward Pancoast on the American Frontier (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1930), 43, cited in Frolick, 7.