Jeffrey S. Forman

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Squaliforme sharks are a common but relatively vulnerable bycatch in many deep water fisheries. Eleven species of squaliforme shark are commonly caught at depths of 200-1200 m on Chatham Rise, New Zealand, and their diversity suggests they might occupy different niches. The diets of 133 Deania calcea and 295 Squalus acanthias were determined from(More)
We evaluate hypotheses for meso-scale spatial structure in an orange roughy (Hoplostethus atlanticus) stock using samples collected during research trawl surveys off the east coast of New Zealand. Distance-based linear models and generalised additive models were used to identify the most significant biological, environmental, and temporal predictors of(More)
A b S T R A C T S Introduction: In Canada, massage therapy students are taught basic gait assessment skills as a requirement of their education. This is normally taught in a lecture-style setting with audiovisual augmentation. Three-dimensional motion capture is a frequently used quantitative tool for assessing gait in clinical and research settings;(More)
A 53-year-old male, formerly employed as a construction worker, was referred for massage therapy for treatment of debilitating low back pain. He has pain in all areas of the back; although he sometimes experiences cervical pain and/or thoracic pain, he reports the majority of his pain is in the lumbar area. His objective for treatment is to cut down on pain(More)
Radiation necrosis of the brain is a well documented adverse effect of radiation therapy. The authors report an unusual case of relapsing multifocal radiation necrosis following whole brain radiation therapy (WBRT) for brain metastases from a systemic germ cell tumor. Anticoagulation with warfarin may have had therapeutic benefit. The patient is alive(More)
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