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A study was conducted to determine if supplement withdrawal (omission of dietary vitamin and trace mineral premixes and a two-thirds reduction in dietary inorganic phosphorus) for 28 d preslaughter and the feeding of wheat middlings (dietary concentrations of 5, 15, and 30% from weaning to 16, 16 to 28, and 28 kg to slaughter, respectively) affect growth… (More)
The objective of this experiment was to compare the effects of dietary mannan oligosaccharide (MOS) and a feed-grade antimicrobial (AM) on growth performance of nursery pigs reared on three different farms (A and B were large-scale commercial farms, and C was located at Michigan State University). On all farms, production was continuous flow by building,… (More)
A 47-year-old man had symptoms of nemaline myopathy for approximately 1 year. There were marked elevations of creatine kinase, a feature not previously described. Examination of the nervous system at autopsy failed to reveal any abnormalities.
A 39 year-old patient with cholangiocarcinoma and pre-existing ulcerative colitis was successfully treated by orthotopic liver transplantation. He was given low doses of prednisone and azathioprine and survived for more than 9 months, dying with tumour metastases, thrombosis of the inferior vena cava and an intra-abdominal abscess. At autopsy the homograft… (More)
Alar base-wedge excisions are an integral part of the rhinoplastic procedure. They tend to reduce the nostril floor, the alar height, or both. Some geometrical forms are presented relating to the individual abnormalities. Emphasis is put on the usefulness of this procedure.
Webs and contracture, whether congenital or the result of trauma or surgical excision, have been resurfaced with local tissue utilizing the principle of multiple Y-V advancement flaps. Initially the procedure was used in releasing broad scar contracture following a burn wound of the torso, and for congenital soft tissue shortening of the dorsum of the… (More)
The objective of this study was to determine if supplement withdrawal (omission of dietary vitamin and trace mineral premixes and 2/3 of inorganic P) 28-d preslaughter and the feeding of wheat middlings (dietary concentrations of 5, 15, or 30% from weaning to 16 kg, 16 to 28 kg, and 28 kg to slaughter, respectively) affect bone metabolism, bone strength,… (More)