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Protection by acetylsalicylic acid and other agents in experimental acute interstitial pneumonia of calves
  1. P Eyre,
  2. DH Nymeyer,
  3. BM McCraw and
  4. TR Deline

Abstract

In experimental acute interstitial pneumonia caused by Ascaris suum, therapy with aspirin (acetylsalicylic acid) provided symptomatic control of the condition, reducing or abolishing the characteristic "setback". Treatment with antihistamines or antiserotonin agents caused no observable clinical improvements.

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