Paul A. Goodall

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In a study of 66 patients intubated to relieve dysphagia, 52 (79 per cent) survived the procedure and were discharged home. Of these, 23 (44 per cent) developed further dysphagia due to tube dysfunction, and 19 patients (37 per cent) were readmitted for further procedures to restore swallowing. With early intervention, the periods of dysphagia were short(More)
Lesions induced in hamsters by inoculation with the "sheep-associated" agents of malignant catarrhal fever (SA-MCF) isolated from a red deer (Cervus elaphus), designated D/1 and of bovine origin (C/2), are described. Clinical signs in hamsters inoculated with the D/1 isolate occurred as early as 13 days after infection although the mean incubation period in(More)