James Lockard

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Rhesus monkeys were subjected to subarachnoid hemorrhage by either the introduction of blood into the subarachnoid space or by mechanically rupturing the middle cerebral artery. Local cerebral blood flow, vascular compliance studies, and histological studies (light and electron microscope) were made of the vessels of all animals. In animals hemorrhaged via(More)
Fungal peritonitis is an uncommon complication of peritoneal dialysis. There have been four reported cases of dialysis-related Aspergillus peritonitis. Only one patient survived and none have continued peritoneal dialysis. This report describes the first case of dialysis-related Aspergillus peritonitis that was able to continue peritoneal dialysis and(More)
Immunoglobulin G prepared by immunization of rabbits with rat Novikoff ascites tumor cells was prepared and found to by cytotoxic to Novikoff cells and rat lymphocytes. A chlorambucil conjugate was prepared and found to have similar qualities in vitro. Three day culture systems were prepared with various test substances and the immunoglobulin was shown to(More)
From 1980 to 1985, we performed biopsies on 87 adults with nephrotic syndrome (NS). The patients were tested for whether serologic studies obtained routinely at biopsy added to clinical diagnostic accuracy. Using history, physical examination, complete blood cell count (CBC), chemistry panel, urinalysis, and urine creatinine and protein, four nephrologists(More)
This study investigated and compared the level of initial and long-term retention of frog internal anatomy among students using an interactive CD tutorial, a desktop microworld, and conventional frog dissection. Students' anxiety toward science was also compared across the three treatment groups and between genders. Additional data on students' preferred(More)
When toad urinary bladder or frog skin epithelia are treated with amiloride, short-circuit current (Isc), which represents the net active transepithelial Na+ transport rate from the apical to basolateral surface, decreases rapidly (2-5 s) to approximately 15-20% of control values and then slowly, over several minutes, continues falling toward zero. The(More)