Stanley R Robertson

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Beyond, a defile between the mountains descended rapidly about two thousandfeet; and, filling up all the lower space, was a sheet of green water, some twenty miles broad. It broke upon our eyes like the ocean. The waves were curling in the breeze, and their dark-green color showed it to be a body of deep water. For a long time we sat enjoying the view,for(More)
The ability to translate a clinical problem seen in practice into a focused and well-formed answerable clinical question is one of the hardest steps in practicing evidence-based veterinary medicine (EBVM). Asking answerable clinical questions that relate to your patient is the first evidence-based skill a veterinarian needs to learn, and it forms the(More)
Evidence-based veterinary medicine is a relatively new field of study. Increased knowledge of medicine coupled with the increased ability of computers and other electronic devices present overwhelming information. The critically appraised topic (CAT) is one method to gather and evaluate information related to a clinical question. CATs in informatics are(More)
The Pf1 gene 5 protein forms a large helical nucleoprotein complex (Mr = 3.1 x 10(7)) with single-stranded viral DNA, from which a 32 amino acid sequence rich in alanine, proline, and glutamine residues can be removed from the C-terminus by limited proteolysis. Sharp resonances in the 1H NMR spectrum of the Pf1 nucleoprotein complex indicate that the(More)
s we discussed in the May/June 2009 issue of the Banfield Journal, evidence-based veterinary medicine (EBVM) uses the best available research evidence along with clinical expertise, client preferences, patient needs and available resources to make the most informed clinical decisions. EBVM may suggest the best approach to a specific clinical problem, but it(More)
The objective of this study was to determine whether students in a veterinary curriculum at Mississippi State University would gain an understanding of medical terminology, as they matriculate through their courses, comparable to that obtained during a focused medical terminology unit of study. Evaluation of students' incidental learning related to medical(More)
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