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. 10,12,13 The purpose of the study reported here was to compare vital cell staining of chondrocytes with 2 accepted methods for determining cell viability in tissues by use of an articular cartilage thermal injury model. In addition, we wished to

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brain. Severe or sustained increases in ICP can lead to permanent neurologic problems such as seizure or stroke and, in extreme cases, can cause death. Causes of increases in ICP attributable to illnesses, disorders, and impact injuries can be classified

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and the fluorescent signal generated, and an assessment of the substrate's capacity to directly indicate changes in endogenous renin concentration in plasma in relation to renal autograft ischemia-reperfusion injury in cats. The overall objective of

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neurologic gait disturbance. 11–14 In rats, stance time, swing time, and stride time are shorter after induced spinal cord injury. 15 Velocity, stride length, swing time, and stance time have been used to help evaluate physical therapy patients and measure

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clusters of cells containing copper granules/10× field; grade 2]) usually have no clinical signs of hepatic injury, may or may not have a mild to modest increase in alanine aminotransferase activity, and may or may not have histologic evidence of hepatocyte

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Carpal hyperextension is a common injury in dogs and usually is a consequence of a second- or third-degree sprain of the palmar carpal ligaments and fibro-cartilage. 1 During situations in which overloading occurs in a limb, compressive forces

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their designated pastures. Numerous minor adjustments were implemented to prevent recurrence of postprocedure reperfusion injury. The tourniquet used during plasmapheresis was redesigned to prevent occlusion of the carotid artery, and employees were

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Hemostasis is a critical physiologic response that minimizes blood loss after vascular injury. Mammalian platelets rapidly form 3-D aggregates around vascular injuries; in contrast, avian thrombocytes adhere and spread in a monolayer that slowly

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Stenosis of the teat canal, caused by self-inflicted trauma or chronic injury secondary to milking machine malfunction, is common in dairy cows. In most cases, the stenosis is caused by obstruction in the region of the proximal end of the teat

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and indirect, typically involving the use of various combinations of assays measuring small molecules, vitamins, heavy metals, enzyme activity, or byproducts of oxidative injury. Erythrocytes are particularly susceptible to oxidative injury because

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