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Id: 18174
Autor: Bhaiyat, M. I. (aut); Sharma, R. N. (aut).
Título: Case Report: A four footed broiler chicken with duplication of cloaca.
Fuente: West Indian veterinary journal;5(1):27-29, November 2005. ilus.
Idioma: en.
Resumen: An 8-week old male broiler chicken (Gallus domesticus) with four feet was presented for examination. At necropsy and extra vestigial pelvis was attched to the normal synsacrum by fibrocartiliginous tissue. The vestigial pelvis had a single femur attached to which were two feet, one with three digits and the other with two digits. By radiography, components of the extraneous feet were abnormal. There were two functional cloacae. The lesions were diagnosed as supernumery feet and duplication of cloaca.
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Id: 17846
Autor: Bhaiyat, M. I. (aut); Sharma, R. N. (aut).
Título: Case Report: A four footed broiler chicken with duplication of cloaca.
Fuente: West Indian Veterinary Journal;5(1):27-29, November 2005. ilus.
Idioma: en.
Resumen: An 8-week old male broiler chicken (Gallus domesticus) with four feet was presented for examination. At necropsy and extra vestigial pelvis was attched to the normal synsacrum by fibrocartiliginous tissue. The vestigial pelvis had a single femur attached to which were two feet, one with three digits and the other with two digits. By radiography, components of the extraneous feet were abnormal. There were two functional cloacae. The lesions were diagnosed as supernumery feet and duplication of cloaca.
Responsable: TT5 - Médical Sciences Library
TT5; W1, Jo91517


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Id: 11251
Autor: Rao, A. Bhaskar; Hanchard, Barrie; George, Pamela A; Richards, Rolf C; Golding, John S. R.
Título: Foot ischaemia - a need for early rehabilitation
Fuente: West Indian med. j;28(3):156-63, Sept. 1979.
Idioma: En.
Resumen: Ischaemia of the foot usually affects the elderly. The correlative study based on clinical data and pathological study has shown that maturity onset, diabetic foot ischaemia is usually due to severe arteriosclerosis. Because of the late presentation, most patients show end-stage obliterative vascular changes when first hospitalized which makes reconstructive surgery impossible. By early referral of all diabetic patients with infection, the number of below-knee or above-knee amputations can be reduced. Early prosthetic fitting is essential for the early rehabilitation of the patient. This paper was presented in part at the Commonwealth Caribbean Medical Research Council Meeting held at Bridgetown, Barbados in April, 1978. (AU)
Responsable: JM3.1 - Médical Library
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Id: 11195
Autor: Mullick, Suvendu.
Título: Low leg tourniquet
Fuente: West Indian med. j;26(4):182-6, Dec. 1977.
Idioma: En.
Resumen: Low leg tourniquet at a site between the calf and the malleloi was routinely used during various elective surgical procedures on 106 non-ischaemic feet of seventy-four consecutive patients in the age group 2 - 65 years. The period of ischaemic lasted up to 75 minutes. Using appropriate arm-size pneumatic cuff and suitable arm inflation pressure, a completely bloodless field was achieved in 104 surgical procedures without any local distal complications. The technique of application of the low leg tourniquet is safe, satisfactory and avoids unnecessary ischaemia to a relatively large segment of the lower limb. Its routine use in all suitable cases of surgery on the foot merits further trial and is recommended (AU)
Responsable: JM3.1 - Médical Library
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Id: 9008
Autor: Fowler, J. F. S.
Título: Aneurism of the dorsal artery of the foot
Fuente: Br Guiana Med Ann;9:54-5, 1897.
Idioma: En.
Responsable: JM3.1 - Médical Library
JM3.1; R18.B7



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