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A brief actuarial assessment for the prediction of wife assault recidivism: the Ontario domestic assault risk assessment.
An actuarial assessment to predict male-to-female marital violence was constructed from a pool of potential predictors in a sample of 589 offenders identified in police records and followed up for anExpand
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A multisite comparison of actuarial risk instruments for sex offenders.
Four actuarial instruments for the prediction of violent and sexual reoffending (the Violence Risk Appraisal Guide [VRAG], Sex Offender Risk Appraisal Guide [SORAG], Rapid Risk Assessment for SexExpand
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Validation of and revision to the VRAG and SORAG: the Violence Risk Appraisal Guide-Revised (VRAG-R).
The violence risk appraisal guide (VRAG) was developed in the early 1990s, and approximately 60 replications around the world have shown its utility for the appraisal of violence risk amongExpand
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Risk Assessment Among Incarcerated Male Domestic Violence Offenders
It is estimated that at least a third of incarcerated male offenders have committed domestic violence, but there is little research on risk assessment among such offenders. The authors tested theExpand
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Anaesthetic effects of chloral hydrate, pentobarbitone and urethane in adult male rats
Chloral hydrate, pentobarbitone and urethane were evaluated and compared for onset, duration and depth of anaesthesia, cardiovascular and respiratory effects, nociception and mortality in adult maleExpand
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Effects of diazepam on arterial blood gas concentrations and pH of adult rats acutely and chronically exposed to methadone.
The effects of diazepam alone, and in combination with acute and chronic exposure to methadone, on arterial pH, pCO2 and pO2 in the rat were evaluated. Measurements were made before drugExpand
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Violent Sex Offenses: How are They Best Measured from Official Records?
In the United States, sexually violent predator (SVP) commitment statutes generally require assessment of an offender's risk of subsequent sexual violence. Current actuarial methods for predictingExpand
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Workgroup 4: Spontaneous prostate carcinoma in dogs and nonhuman primates
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Spontaneous reproductive tract leiomyomas in aged guinea-pigs.
  • K J Field, J. Griffith, C. Lang
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of comparative pathology
  • 1 October 1989
Seven of 83 female guinea-pigs were found to have reproductive tract leiomyomas at necropsy. Sixty-three of these guinea-pigs also had cystic rete ovarii. Eleven separate leiomyomas were identified,Expand
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Reproductive Failure Associated with Cystic Rete Ovarii in Guinea Pigs
Cystic ovaries were found at necropsy in 54 of 71 (76%) female guinea pigs between 18 and 60 months of age. Histologic appearance and location of the cysts within the ovary were consistent withExpand
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