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combinations and concentrations of erythrocytes and foamy macrophages, intermixed with edema, and hyaline, crescent-shaped, and amorphous membranes (hyaline membranes) overlying patches of hyperplastic type II pneumocytes and bronchiolar epithelium ( Figure 2

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(approx 30 to 500 μm). They had a thin outer eosinophilic hyaline membrane and contained abundant, eosinophilic, fibrillar to granular, necrotic debris with developing trophozoites and spores similar in morphology to those in the impression smears of the

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hemorrhage, hyaline membranes over the alveolar septum, and congestion of the perivascular space and pulmonary vessels. These lesions were indicative of severe pulmonary edema with lung injury, probably owing to high negative pressures related to an airway

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occasional hyaline membranes. Foci of necrosis were randomly distributed throughout the pulmonary parenchyma. Fragments of S stercoralis larvae were present with or without associated necrosis ( Figure 3 ). The small intestine had multifocal blunting of the

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revealed changes consistent with acute respiratory distress syndrome, including alveoli filled with degenerative inflammatory debris and hyaline membranes. Necropsy was not performed in the remaining nonsurvivors. Respiratory distress was hypothesized to

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4 cm in length). The larger lymph nodes contained caseous material. Histologic findings included severe acute renal tubular necrosis with intratubular hemoglobin breakdown pigment, diffuse severe necrotizing interstitial pneumonia with hyaline

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ischaemia-reperfusion. A study on rabbit kidneys . Acta Physiol Scand 1995 ; 154 : 461 – 468 . 63. deLemos RA Roberts RJ Coalson JJ , Toxic effects associated with the administration of deferoxamine in the premature baboon with hyaline membrane

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acute respiratory distress syndrome (including type II pneumocyte hyperplasia and hyaline membrane formation 9 ) were not prominent in any dog in the present study. Morphologic features of pneumonia consistent with H3N8 influenza–viral pneumonia, such as

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