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Antiplatelet use after intracerebral hemorrhage
Recurrent intracerebral hemorrhage was more common in survivors of lobar hemorrhage compared with survivors of deep hemorrhage and antiplatelet agents were prescribed in 22% of intrusion survivors, most commonly for prevention of ischemic heart disease. Expand
Progression of white matter lesions and hemorrhages in cerebral amyloid angiopathy
The association of white matter lesions with incident lobar hemorrhages suggests that white matter damage may reflect a progressive microangiopathy due to cerebral amyloid angiopathy. Expand
Inhibition of rat neutrophil functional responses by azapropazone, an anti-gout drug.
The data suggest that the efficacy of azapropazone in gouty arthritis may be partly due to its ability to inhibit key neutrophil functional responses in vivo. Expand
Cellular and biochemical characterization of the anti-inflammatory effects of DuP 654 in the arachidonic acid murine skin inflammation model.
High performance liquid chromatography and radioimmunoassay analysis of lipid extracts from AA-treated ears indicated that the influx of polymorphonuclear leukocytes (PMN) was temporally preceded by an appearance of significant amounts of 5-HETE, and the appearance of the chemotactic activity was inhibited by DuP 654. Expand