Washington Burns

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Impingement syndrome of the shoulder may be produced by compression of the subacromial structures against the coracoacromial arch. The anterior tip of the acromion, the coracoacromial ligament, and the coracoid process have been implicated as sources of impingement. Anatomic specimens were examined to determine the anatomic sites on the coracoacromial arch(More)
A total of 218 yearling Hereford, Angus, Santa Gertrudis and Brahman bulls was evaluated for semen traits and testieular volume at average ages of 16 and 20 months in April and August, respectively, during 2 successive years. Brahman bulls reached puberty at a later age than bulls of the Santa Gertrudis, Hereford and Angus breeds. Santa Gertrudis bulls had(More)
Pronation-external rotation ankle injuries involve varying degrees of disruption of the syndesmotic ligaments. The loss of ligament support and alteration in the stability of the mortise have been postulated to lead to an increase in joint reactive forces and traumatic arthritis. The purpose of this study was to determine the changes in tibiotalar joint(More)
Genotype X environment interactions for postweaning performance traits of bulls produced by different lines of Hereford cattle were investigated in the contrasting environments of Miles City, Montana and Brooksville, Florida. During Phase 1 of the study (1966 to 1973), the performance of bull progeny from two unrelated lines (M1 and F6 previously developed(More)