Jeromey Gillespie

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Ectoparasites are a common and important cause of skin disorders in cats. Ectoparasites are capable of disease transmission and can cause life-threatening anemia in young or debilitated animals. The objective of this study was to determine the potential feline ectoparasites in domestic cats by using a cohort of feral cats from north central Florida that(More)
A small series of patients with obstruction from an adenocarcinoma of the left colon is presented. The recommended treatment in selected cases is subtotal colectomy with primary anastomosis without diversion. The morbidity and mortality in this small series was minimal compared with those reported in a much larger series of similar cases treated by bowel(More)
Electrophysiological studies were used to evaluate neurological recovery in 14 rhesus monkeys with different nerve lesion lengths and graft lengths. After exposure of both sciatic nerves in each animal, baseline evoked nerve action potentials, muscle action potentials, and muscle strength values were determined for the posterior tibial nerves. Each nerve(More)
Two hundred fourteen patients underwent treatment for carcinoma of the esophagus between January, 1950, and July, 1978, with an over-all 5 year survival rate of 1.9%. Forty-six patients (21.5% of series) underwent esophageal resection with either esophagogastrostomy (37 patients) or colon interposition (nine patients). The operative mortality rate was 18.9%(More)
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Ten patients have undergone surgical division of the left renal vein (LRV) during operations on the abdominal aorta. Nine were elective procedures performed during the resection of a complicated abdominal aortic aneurysm (six patients) or treatment of complete infrarenal aortic occlusion (three patients). The first patient in this series underwent emergency(More)
We performed a 1 year review of mammographic interpretations and breast biopsy experiences at Madigan Army Medical Center, correlating biopsy results with mammographic interpretations when possible. Fibrocystic mammary dysplasia was reported in two thirds of our patients, with interpretations heavily weighted toward findings of moderate or severe dysplasia.(More)
SIGNIFICANT clinical improvement after valvuloplasty for mitral stenosis can be anticipated in 70 per cent of group III patients followed 5 years and 52 per cent of those in group IV1 Nevertheless, the first 1,000 patients in our series have been followed from 2 to 9 years, and some degree of deterioration after an initially favorable result was found in(More)