1. the back region over the thoracic vertebrae. 2. a coat color marking in dogs, usually black, located over the back. Seen in Beagles. 3. a piece of harness for either riding or draft.
basket s. an oldfashioned saddle with a basket in place of the seat into which a child could be strapped and taken for a ride.
s. cloth worn between the saddle and the horse it provides a little extra p...
see columnaris disease.
red, yellow or orange light for use in photographic darkroom used for developing x-ray film; should comply with the specifications of the type of filter being used and the screen-film combination.
avoidance of occupational, iatrogenic or personal injury.
drug s. freedom from undesirable side-effects; increases with specificity and selectivity of a drug. See also safety index (below).
s. index maximum tolerated dose/recommended dose, the doses being expressed in similar terms, e.g. mg/lb, mg/kg.
radiological s. routine the specific routine to be followed in an x-ray room to...
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the appearance of Clostridium perfringens spores in fecal examinations; the open end represents the remains of the vegetative cell.
a steroidal preparation containing two pregnanediones (alphaxalone and alphadolone acetate) and used for the induction of anesthesia. Induces short-term anesthesia immediately when administered intravenously. Called also CT 1341.
ground cake made of decorticated residue of seeds of Carthamus tinctorius, rich in linoleic acid. A modest protein dietary supplement deficient in methionine and lysine. Called also kurdee.
see colchicum autumnale.
a proprietary name for pentobartital.
s. sickness unspecified poisoning by Artemisia spp.