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New Mid-Cretaceous (Latest Albian) Dinosaurs from Winton, Queensland, Australia
Background Australia's dinosaurian fossil record is exceptionally poor compared to that of other similar-sized continents. Most taxa are known from fragmentary isolated remains with uncertainExpand
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Revision of the sauropod dinosaur Diamantinasaurus matildae Hocknull et al. 2009 from the mid-Cretaceous of Australia: Implications for Gondwanan titanosauriform dispersal
The osteology of Diamantinasaurus matildae, the most complete Cretaceous sauropod described from Australia to date, is comprehensively reassessed. The preparation of additional material from the typeExpand
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New Forearm Elements Discovered of Holotype Specimen Australovenator wintonensis from Winton, Queensland, Australia
New skeletal elements are reported of the holotype specimen Australovenator wintonensis, from the type locality, near Winton, central western Queensland. New elements include left and right humeri,Expand
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New Australian sauropods shed light on Cretaceous dinosaur palaeobiogeography
Australian dinosaurs have played a rare but controversial role in the debate surrounding the effect of Gondwanan break-up on Cretaceous dinosaur distribution. Major spatiotemporal gaps in theExpand
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New Australovenator Hind Limb Elements Pertaining to the Holotype Reveal the Most Complete Neovenatorid Leg
We report new skeletal elements pertaining to the same individual which represents the holotype of Australovenator wintonensis, from the ‘Matilda Site’ in the Winton Formation (Upper Cretaceous) ofExpand
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FRACTURES OF THE RADIUS AND ULNA IN A SKELETALLY IMMATURE FIN WHALE 1
A naturally-occurring fracture of the distal radius and ulna in a skeletally immature fin-whale, Balaenoptera physalus, appeared to be failing to heal. When compared to the response to fracture inExpand
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Ferrodraco lentoni gen. et sp. nov., a new ornithocheirid pterosaur from the Winton Formation (Cenomanian–lower Turonian) of Queensland, Australia
The Australian pterosaur record is poor by world standards, comprising fewer than 20 fragmentary specimens. Herein, we describe the new genus and species Ferrodraco lentoni gen. et sp. nov., based onExpand
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Comparative Three‐Dimensional Moment Arm Analysis of the Sauropod Forelimb: Implications for the Transition to a Wide‐Gauge Stance in Titanosaurs
The evolution of extraordinarily large size among Sauropoda was associated with a number of biomechanical adaptations. Changes in muscle moment arms undoubtedly accompanied these adaptations, butExpand
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Central registry for venous air embolism.
presence of a previously undiagnosed Zenker’s diverticulum. No further complications developed, and the patient was discharged from the hospital 1 wk after surgery. Although esophageal perforation isExpand
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Role of the nurse in the multidisciplinary team approach to care of liver transplant patients.
Nursing plays an important contributory role in the multidisciplinary team approach to patient care. The nurse who is responsible for the care of liver transplant patients requires specialExpand
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