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sup][23] The histological index of lung damage included alveolar edema, hemorrhage, alveolar septal thickening and infiltration of polymorphonuclear leukocytes.
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The potential mechanisms include endothelial injury with alterations in endothelial permeability leading to interstitial and alveolar edema, and intravascular sequestration of leukocytes.
On the 1st day after LPS injection, vast areas of alveolar edema were detected in the lungs of newborn males and females.
This increased permeability leads to pulmonary interstitial and alveolar edema.
When MCR was administered orally before LPS challenge (MCR-LPS group), inflammatory cell infiltration and alveolar wall thickening were markedly attenuated and alveolar edema was reduced (Fig.
Postmortem examinations showed hemorrhages in multiple edematously enlarged lymph nodes, most prominent pulmonary hyperemia and alveolar edema, hyperplasia of the mesenteric lymph nodes, and acute gastritis with hemorrhages.