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Journal April 2011 (Vol 33, No 4)

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Exercise-Induced Pulmonary Hemorrhage in Horses: The Role of Pulmonary Veins by Frederik Derksen , DVM, PhD, DACVIM, Kurt J. Williams , DVM, PhD, DACVP, Alice Stack , MVB

1. Which statement regarding EIPH is correct?
2. The method of choice for evaluating EIPH in racehorses is
3. Which statement regarding BAL and EIPH is true?
4. Which statement regarding EIPH and performance is true?
5. Pulmonary blood flow in exercising horses is
6. Which statement regarding veno-occlusive remodeling is incorrect?
7. Vein wall remodeling in EIPH
8. Obstruction of pulmonary veins results in ____________ pulmonary capillary pressure.
9. Which statement(s) regarding furosemide and EIPH is/are true?
10. For which of the following therapies is there some evidence of effectiveness in reducing the severity of EIPH?
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