Iations CT: computed tomography; FB: 15-LOX site foreign physique; GI: gastrointestinal; RIF: correctIations CT: computed

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Iations CT: computed tomography; FB: 15-LOX site foreign physique; GI: gastrointestinal; RIF: correct
Iations CT: computed tomography; FB: foreign body; GI: gastrointestinal; RIF: appropriate iliac fossa. Competing interests The authors declare that they have no competing interests. Authors’ contribution Both PCC and CKP had been involved with acquiring patient information, the literature survey around the topic, patient management and preparing the manuscript. Each authors read and approved the final manuscript. Acknowledgement Authors wish to thank the patient for his consent for the publication. Disclosure None of the authors received funding from any supply. Author information 1 Department of Surgery, University of Kelaniya, North Colombo Teaching Hospital, Ragama 11010, Sri Lanka. 2District Common Hospital, Homagama 10200, Sri Lanka. Received: 17 August 2014 Accepted: 14 JanuaryEll SR, Sprigg A. The radio-opacity of fishbones – species variation. Clin Radiol. 1991;44:104. eight. Perera MT, Wijesuriya SR, Kumarage SK, Ariyaratne MH, Deen KI. Inflammatory pseudotumour of the liver triggered by a migrated fish bone. Ceylon Med J. 2007;52:141. 9. Al Saad SK, Ismail TM, Khuder HA. Modest bowel perforation secondary to fish bone ingestion. Bahrain Med Bull. 2010;32:four. 10. Hsu S-D, Chan D-C, Liu Y-C. Small-bowel perforation brought on by fish bone. Planet J Gastroenterol. 2005;11:1884. 11. Massa D, Fabiani P, Coasaccia M, Baldini E, Gugenheim J, Mouiel J. A rare laparoscopic diagnosis in acute abdominal pain: torsion of epiploic appendix. Surg Laparosc Endosc. 1997;7:456.7.References 1. Maleki M, Evans WE. Foreign-body perforation with the intestinal tract: report of 12 cases and critique from the literature. Arch Surg. 1970;101:474. two. McPherson RC, Karlan M, Williams RD. Foreign body perforations on the intestinal tract. Am J Surg. 1957;94:564. three. Ginzburg L, Beller AJ. The clinical manifestations of nonmetallic perforating intestinal foreign bodies. Ann Surg. 1927;86:9289. four. McCanse DE, Kurchin A, Hinshaw JR. Gastrointestinal foreign bodies. Am J Surg. 1981;142:335. 5. Pinero Madrona A, Fern dez Hern dez JA, Carrasco Prats M, Riquelme Riquelme J, Parrila PP. Intestinal perforation by foreign bodies. Eur J Surg. 2000;166:307. six. Coulier B, Tancredi MH, Ramboux A. Spiral CT and multidetector-row CT diagnosis of perforation from the compact intestine caused by ingested foreign bodies. Eur Radiol. 2004;14:19185.Submit your next manuscript to BioMed Central and take full advantage of:Practical on line submission Thorough peer review No space constraints or color figure charges Immediate publication on acceptance Inclusion in PubMed, CAS, Scopus and Google Scholar Investigation that is freely accessible for redistributionSubmit your manuscript at biomedcentralsubmit
Study PaPeRCancer Biology Therapy 14:9, 86068; September 2013; 2013 Landes BioscienceAntagonism of adenosine A2A receptor expressed by lung adenocarcinoma tumor cells and cancer linked fibroblasts inhibits their growth3 1 Department of Immunology; h. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center; Tampa, FL USa; 2anatomic Pathology Department; h. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center; Tampa, FL USa; Translational Analysis Core; Clinical Pharmacology Lab; h. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center; Tampa, FL USa; 4Department of Women’s Oncology and experimental Therapeutics; h. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center; Tampa, FL USa; 5Thoracic Oncology Department; h. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center; Tampa, FL USaKeywords: adenosine A2A receptor, cancer linked fibroblasts, NSCLC, ZM241385, BRPF3 web SCH58261, tumor microenvironment, cell death Abbreviations: A1R, adenosine A1 receptor; A2AR, ad.