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Journal August 2012 (Vol 34, No 8)

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Intestinal Ischemia-Reperfusion Injury in Horses: Pathogenesis and Therapeutics by David Wong , DVM, MS, DACVIM, DACVECC, Rustin M. Moore , DVM, PhD, DACVS, Charles Brockus , DVM, PhD, DACVIM, DACVP

1. In treating IR injury, the mechanism of action of allopurinol is inhibition of
2. IR injury to ischemic intestine is thought to be primarily due to oxidative injury by
3. According to the theory of IR, most injury to intestinal mucosa is thought to occur
4. Which of the following has not been observed after 120 minutes of reperfusion following an ischemic episode in the equine intestine?
5. Peroxynitrite is a highly reactive radical produced by the reaction between
6. Medications for decreasing IR injury may work by all of the following mechanisms except
7. NSAIDs are routinely administered to horses with ischemic intestinal disease; however, recent experimental evidence suggests that
8. In theory, deferoxamine may help treat intestinal IR injury by
9. The inflammatory cell that most often contributes to oxidative damage to the intestine due to IR injury is the
10. Acetylcysteine may have therapeutic value because it can
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