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kinematics of the equine trunk at the trot on the WT suggested that the vertical displacement of the withers 18 and pelvis 18 , 19 would increase when trotting in water up to the carpus or mid-radius levels compared to the dry belt. However, there is still

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-monitoring program for the detection of preclinical viremia and the detection of EEHV1 DNA in routine trunk-wash samples from healthy Asian elephants obtained over a 15-week period. We sought to use gene subtyping on the viral DNA in positive trunk-wash samples to

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Cannulation of the celiac trunk was surgically performed in 26 Holstein steers. The procedure was successful in 23 (88.5%) of the steers. Twenty-two of the steers were infected either naturally or experimentally with the abomasal nematode, Ostertagia ostertagi and/or other gastrointestinal parasites. The remaining 4 steers were not infected. Lymph obtained after surgery was used in various immunologic and biochemical assays. Daily lymph flow rate and total and differential wbc counts were determined after surgeiy in 4 of the infected and 3 of the noninfected steers. Steers were euthanatized for tissue specimen collection 7 days after surgery. At the time of euthanasia, lymph was still flowing from the cannula of 13 (56.5%) of the steers in which surgeiy was successful. This surgical procedure represents a valuable technique for studying at the local level, immunologic and physiologic responses of cattle to infection with O ostertagi.

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vests are diverse, limited information is available on how the design of these vests affects the general body movement and, more specifically, the movement of the trunk of a dog. There is also a lack of information describing how movement of the truncal

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of 0.75 seconds), which were obtained beginning simultaneously with injection of the contrast medium, were acquired over the mediastinum and transecting the base of the sinus of the pulmonary trunk. Images were obtained at intervals of 1 second for 25

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trunk and head will usually heal uneventfully. 1,2,4 Attempts to ameliorate the repair of chronic wounds and prevent the development of exuberant granulation tissue in horses have been disappointing. This may relate to deficient knowledge of the

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the septal defect; the tip is in the left ventricle (LV). The contrast agent has simultaneously outlined the aortic arch (Ao) and the pulmonary artery (PA). LSA = Left subclavian artery. BCT = Brachycephalic trunk. Anesthesia —The anesthetic

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has been described in bearded dragons ( Pogona vitticeps ). 6 , 10 Neuraxial administration of lidocaine and bupivacaine resulted in motor and sensory blockade of the pelvic limbs, cloaca, and midcaudal trunk, with minimal adverse effects. 6 , 10

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techniques made possible by CTA. The image is oriented to display a cranial view of the base. 1 = Right brachiocephalic trunk. 2 = Left brachiocephalic trunk. 3 = Carotid arteries. 4 = Ascending aorta. 5 = Right pulmonary artery. 6 = Left pulmonary artery. 7

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potential of lunging to help discriminate among certain orthopedic conditions. 3 In previous research, we showed that head and trunk movement undergoes systematic kinematic changes when horses trot in a circle 5 and that commonly used symmetry

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