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Healing characteristics of deep digital flexor tenorrhaphy within the digital sheath of horses.
OBJECTIVE To describe the healing characteristics of deep digital flexor tenorrhaphy within the digital sheath. STUDY DESIGN Experimental study. ANIMALS Five mature horses. METHODS RightExpand
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Effects of serum, fibroblast growth factor, and platelet-derived growth factor on explants of rat tail tendon: a morphological study.
  • L. Stein
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Acta anatomica
  • 1985
Eighteen tail tendon fascicles were explanted from a 40-day postpartum rat and maintained in both serum-supplemented and serum-free Eagle's minimal essential medium for 2 weeks. Epitendon andExpand
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In vitro effects of epidermal growth factor or insulin-like growth factor on tenoblast migration on absorbable suture material.
OBJECTIVE To determine the effects of epidermal growth factor (EGF) or insulin-like growth factor (IGF) on tenoblast migration on absorbable suture material using an in vitro model. STUDY DESIGN AnExpand
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Biochemical and Morphological Alterations in Xylazine-Induced Pulmonary Edema*,†
Sprague-Dawley rats were given 42 mg/kg xylazine intramuscularly, and lungs were lavaged with phosphate-buffered saline 3, 6, and 12 hr later. Total protein, lactate dehydrogenase (LDH), xanthineExpand
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A qualitative and quantitative study of rete ovarii development in the fetal rat: Correlation with the onset of meiosis and follicle cell appearance
Development of the rete ovarii and its contribution to the cells of the ovary were examined in fetal rats. Histochemical and autoradiographic techniques were used for the observations between days 15Expand
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Strength characteristics and failure modes of locking-loop and three-loop pulley suture patterns in equine tendons.
Size 3-0 polydioxanone was used as a single strand, single braid (3 strands), or double braid (6 strands) to create six suture material-pattern combinations for equine tenorrhaphy: single-strandExpand
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Morphologic comparison of healing patterns in ethylene oxide-sterilized cortical allografts and untreated cortical autografts in the dog.
Full-thickness canine cortical allografts were harvested cleanly, sterilized with ethylene oxide, and stored at 22 degrees C. The sterilized allografts were incorporated into segmental, femoralExpand
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In vitro analysis of ovarian differentiation and the initiation of meiosis in the rat.
Intact, cranial, and caudal portions of fetal rat gonads on days 13, 14, 15, 16 and 17 of gestation were cultured singly on Nucleopore filters in Eagle's MEM and McCoy's 5A media (both supplementedExpand
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Strength characteristics and failure modes of suture patterns in severed goat tendons.
The load-to-gap formation, maximum load, gap present at maximum load, and failure mode were compared among four suture patterns: Bunnell-Mayer, modified Kessler, Mason-Allen, and simple interrupted.Expand
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Evaluation of experimental transection and partial excision of the caudal cruciate ligament in dogs.
The caudal cruciate ligament (CaCL) of one stifle joint in seven dogs was transected and a 2 to 4 mm section was removed. Six months after surgery, none of the dogs were lame. Thigh muscleExpand
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