John F. Van Vleet

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The etiology of selenium-vitamin E (Se-E) deficiency diseases may be complex. Many of the syndromes involve combined deficiency of selenium and vitamin E. Selenium moves into the animal and human food chain from soil and plants, which may contain inadequate amounts of the nutrient in many areas of the world. Vitamin E may be in low concentration in many(More)
Necrosis of myocardium and skeletal muscle is a consistent finding in the numerous animal species in which spontaneous or experimental selenium-vitamin E (Se-E) deficiency has been described. Etiologic factors in the development of these lesions include: (1) low dietary levels of Se, vitamin E, and sulfur-containing amino acids; (2) high dietary(More)
Non-variceal upper gastrointestinal (UGI) bleeding is a common condition that requires prompt lifesaving therapy and traditional endoscopic treatments require high technical proficiency to perform. This study was conducted to identify any local or systemic histopathologic effects of a hemostatic powder in a porcine model of active, severe, non-variceal UGI(More)
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