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IMPLICATIONS This case report describes the successful perioperative management of a patient with a rare and disabling neurologic disorder, the stiff person syndrome. The patient had a delayed emergence despite apparent full reversal of neuromuscular blockade. We suggest an interaction between the GABAergic effects of baclofen and volatile anesthetics as a(More)
BACKGROUND Skin lesions in Sweet's syndrome typically appear as tender, red or purple-red papules or nodules. Cutaneous pathergy can be present in this syndrome, with skin lesions occurring after venapucture, biopsy, or intravenous catheter placement. This skin reaction can be extremely severe, as illustrated by this case-report. CASE REPORT A patient(More)
In this report the linear order of genetic determinants for the blood group system B of cattle has been worked out in more detail. Two groups of antigenic specificities--inclusion groups--showing serologic relationship are described. Recombination frequencies do suggest that these specificities are controlled by two clusters of genetic determinants. The(More)
In the course of analyses of iso-immune sera for cattle erythrocytes a reagent has been isolated of which the reaction pattern differs from the patterns of the known reagents for cattle blood groups. Data on family studies of cattle of which blood samples have been tested with the new reagent, demonstrate that the occurrence of the substance, detected with(More)
  • J. Bouw
  • Veterinary Science Communications
  • 2005
The present status of research in, and the practical use of, blood groups in animals is reviewed. Blood groups in animals are mainly used as genetic markers for the control of doubtful parentages and for genetic studies. In animals the role of blood groups in transfusion and in incompatibility, of matings is limited. For cattle, horses, sheep, swine and(More)
The mode of inheritance of blood groups in man and animals has been a matter of discussion as long as investigations in this field have been performed. A series of aberrations from the usual transmission of genes controlling the blood groups of the system B of cattle is presented. These data offer a contribution to the assumption that the blood groups are(More)
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