MaryEllen Hunt

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Daily oral administration of 30 mg allyl trenbolone (Regumate) for 10 to 15 days to 61 barren, maiden and lactating Thoroughbred mares which were exhibiting either deep anoestrus, shallow anoestrus, prolonged spring oestrus or lactation anoestrus, resulted in 54 mares (88 per cent) showing oestrous behaviour within 8 days, and 51 mares (84 per cent)(More)
Nine adult Asiatic black bears (Ursus thibetanus) previously rescued from illegal bile farming in Vietnam were examined via abdominal ultrasound and exploratory laparoscopy for liver and gall bladder pathology. Three bears demonstrated notable gall bladder pathology, and minimally invasive cholecystectomies were performed using an open laparoscopic access(More)
Single serum samples from 559 volunteers from a Texas Gulf Coast area were examined for vibriocidal antibody to Vibrio cholerae O1 (biotype El Tor, serotype Inaba) by a microtiter method. Elevated levels of vibriocidal antibody were present in 14% of the subjects. Also, 6.8% of the subjects had elevated levels of antibody to the enterotoxin of V. cholerae(More)
In a previous article, the authors presented a brief overview of the findings of four audiotaped interviews with C. Kermit Phelps, an 89-year-old African American who earned a Ph.D. in clinical psychology in 1952 from the University of Kansas. Dr. Phelps, who spent his professional career at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri,(More)
Introduction: Persons with Parkinson disease (PD) are at risk for fall-related injuries as 60-80% of persons with PD fall annually. As a result of the motor and cognitive effects of the disease, the gait of persons with PD is distinguishably impaired as the disease severity progresses. Characteristic Parkinsonian gait includes a stooped torso and shuffling(More)