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medical illustration of Editorial illustration of baby in utero exhibiting gastroschisis with some inflammation of the midgut (jejunum and ileum) from exposure to the amniotic fluid.
Next medical illustration of Artist interpretation of the mechanism of action of an NSAID molecule with a COX-2 receptor. Injured cells release Arachidonic acid (AA) molecules (in blue) that bind with the COX-2 receptors which in turn releases prostaglandins. NSAIDs will bind with COX1 and 2 receptors, thereby reducing the level of prostaglandins in circulation.

NSAID MOA on COX-2 Receptor

Editorial illustration of baby in utero exhibiting gastroschisis with some inflammation of the midgut (jejunum and ileum) from exposure to the amniotic fluid.

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