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We use analyses of phylogeographic population structure across a suite of 12 mammalian, avian, amphibian, and reptilian species and species-groups to assess the role of Late Miocene to Pleistocene geological history in the evolution of a distinct Baja California Peninsular Desert biota. Comparative examination of phylogroup distributions provides support(More)
Phylogeographic relationships among 26 populations from throughout the geographic range of the Peromyscus eremicus species group are described based on sequence data for a 699-bp fragment of the mitochondrial DNA COIII gene. Distance, maximum-likelihood, and maximum-parsimony analyses of phylogenetic trees generated under four separate character-weighting(More)
Twelve dogs developed a delayed onset of neurological abnormalities from chronic cervical cord compression that was characteristic of myelopathy. The animals were divided into two groups and matched according to degree of neurological deficit. Six animals underwent decompression through removal of the anteriorly placed compressive device. Throughout the(More)
Clinical and radiographic examinations indicate preliminarily indications that transluminal angioplasty may be effective in overall management of the patient with vasospasm. Many questions remain, including: How does it work?; Are the effects persistent?; Is the arterial wall injured by the process? Recent studies in several patients who died after(More)
Therapy for thrombo-occlusive disease of the cerebral venous sinuses remains controversial. Although several thrombolytic agents, such as urokinase and anticoagulants, are recommended for treatment, major significant risks include cerebral hemorrhage, especially in patients with venous infarction. Tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) has shown a high affinity(More)
A patient presenting with a giant, fusiform middle cerebral artery aneurysm underwent extracranial to intracranial bypass grafting before permanent occlusion of the aneurysm. The patient was to return 4 months later for endovascular treatment. Arteriography obtained before obliteration revealed complete aneurysmal thrombosis. No further treatment was deemed(More)
OBJECTIVES Sickle With Ibuprofen and Morphine (SWIM) trial was designed to assess whether co-administration of ibuprofen (a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug) resulted in a reduction of opioid consumption delivered by patient-controlled analgesia (PCA) for acute pain in sickle cell disease. DESIGN A randomised, placebo-controlled, double-blind trial.(More)
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