Published in FDA Law Weekly, December 23rd, 2004
"Undernutrition thwarts lung structure and function, but there are disagreements about the behavior of lung mechanics in malnourished animals," wrote C.M. Dias and colleagues, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.
"To clarify this issue," the authors explained, "lung and chest wall mechanical properties were subdivided into their resistive, elastic, and viscoelastic properties in nutritionally deprived (ND) rats and correlated with the data gathered from histology (light and electron microscopy and elastic fiber...
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