Bryan Goldner

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Limb amputation often represents the only treatment option for canine patients with certain diseases or injuries of the appendicular system. Previous studies have investigated adaptations to tripedal locomotion in dogs but there is a lack of understanding of biomechanical compensatory mechanisms. This study evaluated the kinematic differences between(More)
Irreversible electroporation (IRE) is a non-thermal injury tissue ablation technique that uses electrical pulses to cause cell death. IRE damages the endothelial cells of blood vessels; however these cells re-grow, and thus IRE does not result in permanent damage to blood vessels. We report the novel use of IRE for ablation of microscopically positive(More)
To gain insight into the adaptive mechanisms to tripedal locomotion and increase understanding of the biomechanical consequences of limb amputation, this study investigated kinetic and temporal gait parameters in dogs before and after the loss of a hindlimb was simulated. Nine clinically sound Beagle dogs trotted on an instrumented treadmill and the ground(More)
Our report presents a new method of neurography. Sciatic nerve and lumbosacral plexuses in frogs have been visualized after the intramuscular injection of water and lipid soluble ionic iodine contrast media (Telebrix 300, Potassium Iodide 30% and Lipiodol Ultra Fluid). The ascendant flow of the iodine ions (anions) has been achieved by establishing the(More)
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