The Lung in Its Environment

  • G. Bonsignore
  • G. Cumming

Part of the Ettore Majorana International Science Series book series (EMISS, volume 6)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-ix
  2. G. Bonsignore, G. Cumming
    Pages 21-26
  3. P. S. Richardson
    Pages 27-41
  4. Bryan Corrin
    Pages 43-56
  5. Peter K. Jeffery
    Pages 57-80
  6. M. J. Sanderson, M. A. Sleigh
    Pages 81-120
  7. John Widdicombe
    Pages 121-134
  8. Jean Bignon, Marie-Claude Jaurand, Patrick Sebastien
    Pages 159-183
  9. Margaret Turner-Warwick
    Pages 185-194
  10. C. Molina
    Pages 195-209
  11. G. Bonsignore, G. Cumming
    Pages 231-233
  12. Vittorio Prodi, Carlo Melandri, Giuseppe Tarroni
    Pages 235-266
  13. G. Bonsignore, A. Rizzo, V. Bellia
    Pages 267-282
  14. Emanuele Capadaglio
    Pages 283-290
  15. Bryan Corrin
    Pages 291-302
  16. Jean Bignon, Marie-Claude Jaurand, Patrick Sebastien
    Pages 321-342
  17. David Denison
    Pages 355-377
  18. Gordon Cumming, Warren Warwick
    Pages 379-393
  19. Francesco Candura
    Pages 395-408
  20. Gerald M. Cohen
    Pages 429-446
  21. Donald Heath
    Pages 447-460
  22. R. J. Emerson, E. Bateman, P. Cole
    Pages 461-471
  23. Massimo Crepet, Giuseppe Mastrangelo, Bruno Saia, Paolo Paruzzolo
    Pages 473-480
  24. Emilio Sartorelli
    Pages 481-489
  25. Claudio Carini, Jonathan Brostoff
    Pages 491-498
  26. Back Matter
    Pages 499-518

About this book


This volume documents the proceedings of a symposium on "Lung in its Environment" held at the Ettore Majorana 'Center for Scientific Culture, in Erice, Sicily, between 16th June and 21st June 1980. This was attended by about 200 participants drawn from Europe as a whole, but the majority were from Southern Europe. The discussion was recorded either in English or Italian and the tapes were reduced to a verbatim typescript by the Ente Nazionale Interpreti Congresso. The verbatim typescript has been edited using a few guiding principles as follows:- 1. Titles and honorifics have been eliminated unless the statement is addressed to a specific person. 2. The style of the speakers in the discussion has been preserved as far as possible and not reduced to a strictly grammatical format. 3. Where references to illustrations (e.g., on the blackboard) are made, the comments have been left unaltered and many are understandable. Removing them detracted from the sense. 4. The air of informality in the proceedings has been preserved so far as possible. 5. The responsibility for the discussion rests solely with the editors, and no contributor has had the opportunity of correcting what he said. 6. No manuscript was received from two participants, but the discussion of their presentations has been included since it contains some points of substance. 7.



Editors and affiliations

  • G. Bonsignore
    • 1
  • G. Cumming
    • 2
  1. 1.Institute of Respiratory PathophysiologyUniversity of PalermoPalermoItaly
  2. 2.The Midhurst Medical Research InstituteMidhurst, West SussexUK

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