Jean Halley

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In anesthetized dogs, methysergide (1 and 3 mg/kg i.v.) caused reductions in systolic and diastolic blood pressure, heart rate, left ventricular pressure and peripheral resistance. Caardiac output was unchanged because of an increase in stroke volume. Methysergide exhibited no alpha-receptor, ganglion, or adrenergic neuron-blocking properties nor did it(More)
In a report describing life ending fractures (255 horses) from the Livestock Disease Diagnostic Center, Kentucky (1993 and 1994), 32 foals had rib fractures. The purpose of our study was to examine the incidence of rib fractures in newborn foals on a Thoroughbred studfarm by physical and radiographic examination, to determine factors which may contribute to(More)
A patient with Wegener's granulomatosis, treated with steroids on a long-term basis, survived at least four and a half years from onset until death occurred in an uncontrollable exacerbation of the disease process. This is believed to be the longest recorded survival.Histological examination of the necropsy specimens suggests that the basic pathological(More)
An assay using charcoal adsorption to separate bound oestradiol from free oestradiol has been set up to study the oestrogen receptor (ER) status of patients with all stages of breast carcinoma. The specificity of the oestradiol uptake was checked by competitive pre-incubation with anti-oestrogens and non radioactive oestradiol. Eighty-three of 137 (61%)(More)