Barbara Moses

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Recommendations are presented for standardized imaging planes and display conventions for two-dimensional echocardiography in the dog and cat. Three transducer locations ("windows") provide access to consistent imaging planes: the right parasternal location, the left caudal (apical) parasternal location, and the left cranial parasternal location.(More)
M-mode echocardiograms were recorded from 21 adult sheep (20 ewes, 1 whether). Fifteen echocardiographic measurements were taken and compared with body weights or heart rates, using linear regression equations. Significant correlations (P less than 0.05) were found when body weight was compared with left ventricular internal dimensions in systole (Yo =(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine history, clinical and electrocardiographic abnormalities, treatment, and outcome of dogs exposed to toxins produced by the Bufo marinus toad. DESIGN Retrospective study. ANIMALS 94 dogs. PROCEDURE Medical records of dogs examined between July 1997 and July 1998 for which a diagnosis of toad intoxication had been made on the(More)
This discussion of chronic bronchial disease in the cat includes a discussion of the functional anatomy and physiology of the feline lung, the immunologic aspects of the disease, the role of infections, and particulate aerosols and noxious gases in the etiology and clinical course of feline asthma and chronic bronchitis, and the pathology and diagnosis of(More)
Background information In July 1999 the University of TexasSouthwestern Medical Center was awarded a 4-yr grant from the Reynolds Foundation (Las Vegas, NV) to establish a Cardiovascular Clinical Research Center with the aim of translating clinical and basic research to improved cardiovascular health outcomes. Foundational to this program is a large, random(More)
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