2015 journal article

Exuberant granulation tissue response associated with Neobenedenia sp. (Monogenea: Capsalidae) infestation in two cobia, Rachycentron canadum (Linnaeus)

Journal of Fish Diseases, 39(3), 277–283.

By: J. Hurley-Sanders n, C. Harms n, E. Christiansen n, E. Clarke n & J. Law n

author keywords: granulation tissue; Neobenedenia; Rachycentron canadum
MeSH headings : Animals; Animals, Zoo / parasitology; Fish Diseases / parasitology; Gills / parasitology; Granulation Tissue / parasitology; Perciformes / parasitology; Trematoda / physiology; Trematode Infections / parasitology; Trematode Infections / veterinary
TL;DR: An unusual pathological presentation of exuberant granulation tissue of the gills, suspected to be related to Neobenedenia infestation in two cobia housed together at a North Carolina aquarium is described. (via Semantic Scholar)
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2015 journal article

FUNGAL OSTEOMYELITIS IN TWO BUFFLEHEAD DUCKLINGS (BUCEPHALA ALBEOLA)

JOURNAL OF ZOO AND WILDLIFE MEDICINE, 46(3), 613–616.

By: J. Hurley-Sanders*, R. Larsen, B. Troan & M. Loomis*

author keywords: Aspergillus; Bucephala albeola; bufflehead; Mucor; osteomyelitis; thermography
MeSH headings : Animals; Animals, Zoo; Aspergillosis / microbiology; Aspergillosis / pathology; Aspergillosis / veterinary; Aspergillus / isolation & purification; Bird Diseases / microbiology; Bird Diseases / pathology; Ducks; Mucor / isolation & purification; Mucormycosis / microbiology; Mucormycosis / pathology; Mucormycosis / veterinary; Osteomyelitis / microbiology; Osteomyelitis / veterinary
TL;DR: Two bufflehead ducklings presented with pelvic limb paresis and were euthanized over a 25-mo span from a single zoologic collection, highlighting the importance of consideration of axial skeleton fungal disease in neurologic presentations and the use of thermography for noninvasive diagnostic screening. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: August 6, 2018

2015 journal article

Tissue extraction methods for metabolic profiling of a freshwater bivalve, Elliptio complanata

American Malacological Bulletin, 33(2), 185–194.

By: J. Hurley-Sanders n, M. Stoskopf n, S. Nelson, W. Showers n, J. Law n, H. Gracz*, J. Levine n

author keywords: freshwater bivalve; metabolomics; NMR; nuclear magnetic resonance; Ringer's solution
TL;DR: Ringer's solution is simple to use, safe and consistent and bears consideration when selecting an extraction protocol for 1H nuclear magnetic resonance experiments, particularly in the 3–4.5 ppm sugar/amino acid range. (via Semantic Scholar)
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2015 journal article

Use of cortical bone fenestration, autogenous free skin graft, and thermography for wound treatment and monitoring in a red wolf (Canis rufus gregoryi)

Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, 46(3), 617–620.

By: J. Hurley-Sanders*, K. Sladky, E. Nolan & M. Loomis*

MeSH headings : Animals; Animals, Zoo; Female; Hot Temperature; Osteotomy / veterinary; Skin Transplantation / veterinary; Wolves; Wounds and Injuries / therapy; Wounds and Injuries / veterinary
TL;DR: Thermography noninvasively detects radiant heat patterns and can be used to assess vascularization of tissue, potentially allowing early detection of graft failure, in this case, thermography documented successful graft attachment. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: August 6, 2018

2012 journal article

Use of Thermography and Fluorescein Angiography in the Management of a Chilean Flamingo With Avascular Necrosis of the Wing

JOURNAL OF AVIAN MEDICINE AND SURGERY, 26(4), 255–257.

By: J. Hurley-Sanders*, K. Bowman*, B. Wolfe*, F. Nutter, K. Sladky & M. Stoskopf*

author keywords: diseases of birds; thermography; fluorescein; angiography; vascular occlusion; wing amputation; avian; flamingo; Phoenicopterus chilensis
MeSH headings : Amputation, Surgical / veterinary; Animals; Bird Diseases / pathology; Bird Diseases / surgery; Birds; Fluorescein Angiography / veterinary; Male; Thermography / veterinary; Wings, Animal / pathology; Wings, Animal / surgery
TL;DR: Based on the poor prognosis for return to function associated with irreversible vascular damage, the wing was amputated and the bird was returned to public exhibit. (via Semantic Scholar)
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Added: August 6, 2018

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