Jamie C. Martin

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Following glacial recession in southeast Alaska, waterfalls created by isostatic rebound have isolated numerous replicate populations of coastal cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarkii clarkii) in short coastal streams. These replicate isolated populations offer an unusual opportunity to examine factors associated with the maintenance of genetic diversity. We(More)
At the beginning of this article, we described the challenge faced by wildlife veterinarians in extrapolating treatment regimens and finding data bases of physiologic variables with which to assess health or depth of anesthesia in wild mammals. For example, we might wish to administer injectable ivermectin to a 75-kg deer and a 75-g squirrel for treatment(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess whether the benefit of highly active antiretroviral therapies (HAART) is continuing, a longitudinal retrospective study of CD4 counts and viral load (VL) in a large group of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)-infected subjects was undertaken in Madrid. METHODS Consecutive plasma VL values and CD4+ T-lymphocyte counts were collected(More)
Erysipelas is a superficial cellulitis that affects the skin and subcutaneous tissues. There is also prominent lymphatic involvement. Group A streptococci are the usual cause of this painful infection, but the responsible organisms cannot always be cultured from the fiery red, edematous, sometimes vesicular rash. A fulminating case developed in the left leg(More)
The various techniques used for obtaining granulomatous lesions are reviewed, account being taken of the type of animal, the organ, the inducing agent and its mode of administration. The different aspects of the granulomatous lesions are then described with respect to the cell population examined and to the dynamic of the macrophagic behaviour within the(More)