John Scott Harrell

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This is the sixth in a series of articles on the spine. The first 5 reviewed the sectional anatomy of the cervical, thoracic, and lumbosacral spines. This paper will review both the male and female pelves. Procedures performed in the pelvis include electromyography of the anal sphincter, pudendal and sacral nerve stimulator implants, and botulinum toxin(More)
Necropsy of dead and sick 5-day-old poults from a flock of 12,500 Broad-Breasted White turkeys having high early mortality (685 the first week) revealed rather large inflamed retained yolk sacs with semiliquid contents, ascites, and swollen greenish-colored livers. Cultures of livers and yolk sacs were negative by standard aerobic procedures for salmonella(More)
The clinical nurse specialist (CNS) is a generally untapped resource for the nurse executive. Although seen as an asset, the CNS may be considered an expensive and nonessential part of the department of nursing. The role is threatened with extinction not only because it is seen as dispensable in a time of cost restraint, but also because of problems in role(More)
This is the seventh and last in a series of studies related to procedure-oriented joint anatomy. This article reviews the anatomy of the foot and its relationship to procedures in the clinical setting with or without ultrasound guidance. Anatomically correct axial schematics allow injections to be envisioned relative to clinically important anatomy for(More)
This is the fifth in a series of articles related to procedure-oriented joint anatomy. This article reviews the anatomy of the knee and its relationship to procedures in the clinical setting with or without ultrasound/electromyographic guidance. Anatomically correct axial schematics allow injections to be envisioned relative to clinically important anatomy(More)
This is the first in a series of papers on procedure-oriented joint anatomy. This paper will review anatomy of the shoulder joint and focus on non-imaging-guided procedures. Needle procedures of the shoulder include glenohumeral, subacromial, and acromioclavicular joint injections; electromyography; trigger point and other intramuscular injections;(More)
This is the second in a series of papers related to procedure-oriented joint anatomy. This article will review the anatomy of the elbow and its relationship to procedures in the clinical setting. Needle procedures of the elbow joint include medial and lateral epicondyle injections, olecranon bursa injection, elbow joint aspiration, phlebotomies in the(More)
An isolate of fowl pox (FP) virus from a case of "wet" pox in commercial white leghorn (WL) pullets was used to expose WL cockerels via the comb-scratch (CS), eye-drop (ED), or laryngeal-swab (LS) route. Seven days postinoculation (PI), the groups challenged via CS had scabby proliferative pox lesions at the challenge site, the groups challenged via LS had(More)