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The objective of this study was to determine whether body weight at birth influences the physical and behavioural development of the neonatal pig. Sixteen sows and their litters were randomly allocated into four treatment groups. From the normal distribution curve of their birth weight, piglets were sub-divided into three groups: (1) low (<10th percentile)… (More)
The thoracic vein hypothesis of chronic atrial fibrillation (AF) posits that rapid, repetitive activations from muscle sleeves within thoracic veins underlie the mechanism of sustained AF. If this is so, thoracic vein ablation should terminate sustained AF and prevent its reinduction. Six female mongrel dogs underwent chronic pulmonary vein (PV) pacing at… (More)
Osteonecrosis is a pathologic condition that affects bones in the lower extremity. Circulatory impairment, forces of weightbearing, and increased intraosseous bone marrow pressure can interact to create this malady. Radiologic identification is paramount to accurate diagnosis. The authors present various examples of this condition in the foot.