Josh Jackson

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OBJECTIVE To determine whether histopathologic changes are detectable in grossly normal medial menisci from dogs with rupture of the cranial cruciate ligament (CCL). DESIGN Case series. SAMPLE POPULATION 40 medial menisci from dogs with rupture of the CCL and 20 medial menisci from control dogs without stifle joint disease. PROCEDURE Data evaluated(More)
OBJECTIVE To report the use of dorsal acetabular augmentation (DAA) in canine total hip arthroplasty (THA) and to evaluate the clinical and radiographic outcome after a minimum of 1 year follow-up. STUDY DESIGN Clinical study. ANIMALS Nine dogs that had THA. METHODS Ten hips requiring acetabular augmentation for optimum acetabular cup implantation for(More)
OBJECTIVE To report biomechanical properties of the Biologic Fixation System (BFX) acetabular cup impacted into a normal canine pelvis and to compare the effect of implant positioned to and beyond the medial acetabular wall. STUDY DESIGN In vitro cadaveric study. ANIMALS Hemipelves of mature, large-breed dogs (n=6). METHODS For each dog, 1 hemipelvis(More)
Over the past 1-2 decades we have witnessed a resurgence of efforts to therapeutically exploit the attributes of lytic viruses to infect and kill tumor cells while sparing normal cells. We now appreciate that the utility of viruses for treating cancer extends far beyond lytic cell death. Viruses are also capable of eliciting humoral and cellular innate and(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the use of a portocaval venograft and ameroid constrictor in the surgical management of intrahepatic portosystemic shunts (PSS). STUDY DESIGN Prospective, clinical study. ANIMAL POPULATION Ten client-owned dogs with intrahepatic PSS. METHODS Portal pressure was measured after temporary suture occlusion of the intrahepatic PSS. In(More)
As the number of military, security and humanitarian operations being deployed across the world increases, there is a sense of urgency to field Non-Lethal Weapon (NLW) systems that have a range of capabilities to handle various threats and crises. Commanders in the field must be able to decide with confidence that the use of a NLW will decrease rather than(More)
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