Browsing Archive: January, 2012

Calcifications

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 12, 2012, In : Commentary 
What are Calcifications?

Calcifications are most notably deposots of calcium that are found in the breast during a mammogram.  We may ask why don't calcifications develop elsewhere and not be seen as "something to monitor" or have another follow up screening in a few months? Macrocalcifications are not considered to be dangerous or harmful because they are as a result of inflamation from age ect. Microcalcifications are associated with malignancy, since the cells in the body begin to divide ra...
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Frankenstein

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 5, 2012, In : Medical 
Remember the old Frankenstein movies?  They usually involved some scientist or doctor that conjured up experiments or remedies to cure a disorder or to regulate the size of something, it was usually a person who was too big or small. or was that Godzilla?  Those movies were great because the scientist had a lab that was set up as if it were in the study or basement inside a regular large house. In those days, homes were often large and unaffordable and large houses were not converted into mul...
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Browsing Archive: January, 2012

Calcifications

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 12, 2012, In : Commentary 
What are Calcifications?

Calcifications are most notably deposots of calcium that are found in the breast during a mammogram.  We may ask why don't calcifications develop elsewhere and not be seen as "something to monitor" or have another follow up screening in a few months? Macrocalcifications are not considered to be dangerous or harmful because they are as a result of inflamation from age ect. Microcalcifications are associated with malignancy, since the cells in the body begin to divide ra...
Continue reading ...
 

Frankenstein

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 5, 2012, In : Medical 
Remember the old Frankenstein movies?  They usually involved some scientist or doctor that conjured up experiments or remedies to cure a disorder or to regulate the size of something, it was usually a person who was too big or small. or was that Godzilla?  Those movies were great because the scientist had a lab that was set up as if it were in the study or basement inside a regular large house. In those days, homes were often large and unaffordable and large houses were not converted into mul...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Browsing Archive: January, 2012

Calcifications

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 12, 2012, In : Commentary 
What are Calcifications?

Calcifications are most notably deposots of calcium that are found in the breast during a mammogram.  We may ask why don't calcifications develop elsewhere and not be seen as "something to monitor" or have another follow up screening in a few months? Macrocalcifications are not considered to be dangerous or harmful because they are as a result of inflamation from age ect. Microcalcifications are associated with malignancy, since the cells in the body begin to divide ra...
Continue reading ...
 

Frankenstein

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 5, 2012, In : Medical 
Remember the old Frankenstein movies?  They usually involved some scientist or doctor that conjured up experiments or remedies to cure a disorder or to regulate the size of something, it was usually a person who was too big or small. or was that Godzilla?  Those movies were great because the scientist had a lab that was set up as if it were in the study or basement inside a regular large house. In those days, homes were often large and unaffordable and large houses were not converted into mul...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Browsing Archive: January, 2012

Calcifications

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 12, 2012, In : Commentary 
What are Calcifications?

Calcifications are most notably deposots of calcium that are found in the breast during a mammogram.  We may ask why don't calcifications develop elsewhere and not be seen as "something to monitor" or have another follow up screening in a few months? Macrocalcifications are not considered to be dangerous or harmful because they are as a result of inflamation from age ect. Microcalcifications are associated with malignancy, since the cells in the body begin to divide ra...
Continue reading ...
 

Frankenstein

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, January 5, 2012, In : Medical 
Remember the old Frankenstein movies?  They usually involved some scientist or doctor that conjured up experiments or remedies to cure a disorder or to regulate the size of something, it was usually a person who was too big or small. or was that Godzilla?  Those movies were great because the scientist had a lab that was set up as if it were in the study or basement inside a regular large house. In those days, homes were often large and unaffordable and large houses were not converted into mul...
Continue reading ...