Dr. Philip Lyng is a pulmonologist from Scottsdale, Arizona, who is affiliated with Mayo Clinic Phoenix and Mayo Clinic Rochester. He graduated from University of Maryland School of Medicine and his residency stage in internal medicine was completed at Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education. Dr. Philip Lyng did two fellowships, one in pulmonary disease at Mayo School of Graduate Medical Education and one in critical care medicine at the same institution. The doctor is certified in internal medicine, sleep medicine, and pulmonary disease.
University Of Maryland School Of Medicine Graduated in 1981
Mayo Clinic Rochester Completed in 1982
Mayo Clinic Rochester Completed in 1984
Mayo Clinic Rochester Completed in 1986
American Board of Internal Medicine
American Board of Internal Medicine - Pulmonary Disease
American Board of Sleep Medicine
Quality of life in bed partners of patients with obstructive sleep apnea or hypopnea after treatment with continuous positive airway pressure.
Parish, J.M., Lyng, P.J.; Chest. 2003 Sep.See more >>
Importance of hydrogen peroxide in nitrofurantoin-induced cytotoxicity: evidence from an inbred catalase-deficient strain of mice.
Lyng, P. J., Kachel, D. L., Martin, W. J.; J Lab Clin Med. 1988 Sep.See more >>
The effect of prostaglandin E1 or E2 on the in vitro blastogenic response of lymphocytes from normal and tumor-bearing mice.
Stylos, W. A., Lengel, C. R., Lyng, P. J., Chirigos, M. A.; J Immunopharmacol. 1979.See more >>
T and B lymphocyte populations of the spleen and thymus in normal and immunosuppressed BALB/c mice.
Stylos, W. A., Chirigos, M. A., Lyng, P. J., Lengel, C. R.; Cell Immunol. 1978 Sep 15.See more >>
Competencies in pulmonary procedures.
Alvarez, F., Burger, C., Grinton, S., Johnson, M., Keller, C., Lyng, P., Malik, S., Parish, J., Pascual, J.; Chest. 2004 Feb.See more >>