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2021 journal article
Evaluation of outcomes following subtotal colectomy for the treatment of idiopathic megacolon in cats
JAVMA-JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN VETERINARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION, 259(11), 1292–1299.
By: R. Grossman*, J. Sumner *, D. Lopez *, J. Dornbusch *, A. Singh *, C. Lux*, S. Sample *, J. Liptak * ...and 12 other authors, including 1 NC State author, J. Grimes *, D. Upchurch*, M. Blumenthal*, M. Traverson, N. Buote *, S. Marvel*, M. Steffey*, S. Arai *, J. Little*, A. Atilla*, J. Huck*, K. Pitt*
2020 journal article
Evaluation of bioabsorbable calcium sulfate hemihydrate beads for local delivery of carboplatin
PLOS ONE, 15(11).
By: M. Traverson, C. Stewart n & M. Papich
Outcomes associated with vaginectomy and vulvovaginectomy in 21 dogs
By: J. Ogden*, L. Selmic *, J. Liptak *, M. Oblak *, W. Culp *, C. Souza *, J. Grimes *, M. Traverson ...and 3 other authors, M. Vmd, B. Abrams* & V. Wavreille*
2018 journal article
Combination of blood and biphasic calcium phosphate microparticles for the reconstruction of large bone defects in dog: A pilot study
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part A, 106(7), 1842–1850.
By: T. Balaguer*, B. Fellah*, F. Boukhechba*, M. Traverson, X. Mouska*, D. Ambrosetti *, B. Dadone*, J. Michiels* ...and 5 other authors, E. Amri *, C. Trojani*, J. Bouler *, O. Gauthier* & N. Rochet *
In Vivo Evaluation of Biodegradability and Biocompatibility of Fe30Mn Alloy
Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology, 31(01), 010–016.
By: M. Heiden *, L. Stanciu *, E. Nauman *, Y. Jones-Hall *, G. Breur* & M. Traverson
2017 journal article
Comparative outcomes between ameroid ring constrictor and cellophane banding for treatment of single congenital extrahepatic portosystemic shunts in 49 dogs (1998-2012)
Veterinary Surgery, 47(2), 179–187.
By: M. Traverson, B. Lussier*, L. Huneault* & M. Gatineau*
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