Developed through a public-private initiative and an investment of $500,000, the facilities will have 24 stables, a room for performing necropsies
and infirmary facilities.
The information obtained from the necropsies
is invaluable for monitoring the disease distribution in and statistical data of a relatively unregulated population.
Contract awarded for Provision of Marine necropsies
This study used archived histologic tissues and reports from routine necropsies
to describe the pathology of naturally occurring extraintestinal coccidiosis.
These included full necropsies
on 32 such moose conducted by the NDGF wildlife veterinarian in 1983-1992 as part of targeted surveillance for wildlife diseases.
Shark attacks are not uncommon, Lovewell says: 22 percent of dolphin necropsies
show shark-attack wounds.
Seven of 35 programs (20%) with associated residencies and 5 of 13 (38%) without did not permit preclinical students to watch necropsies
(P = .
The report said the NewYork Racing and Wagering Board, which regulates racing in the state, has rarely asked for necropsies
on horses that died at state tracks.
We are awaiting the results of the necropsies
currently being conducted by the authorities.
It was a monumental effort that looked back at necropsies
over the last century from all over the world," he explained.
Detailed questionnaires on clinical and epidemiologic features were completed, and necropsies
were performed to improve identification of fatal leptospirosis cases in Sao Paulo.
Following a stranding in mid-January, seven dead common and white-sided dolphins were brought to the MRF (right) for necropsies
by researchers from WHOI, New England Aquarium, NMFS, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Tufts University.