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    • Hydronephrosis in a four-year-old Basset Hound 

      Cassidy, Colleen (2013-10-16)
      A four-year-old female spayed Basset Hound was referred to the Cornell University Hospital for Animals Soft Tissue Surgery Service for treatment of hydronephrosis and possible nephrectomy. Previous abdominal radiographs ...
    • Hydronephrosis, hydroureter and ureterocele in a Labrador Retriever puppy 

      Edge, Ashley E. (2010-09-22)
      A female four month old Labrador retriever puppy presented to Cornell University Hospital for Animals (CUHA) Soft Tissue Surgery service for evaluation of urinary incontinence. She had a history of positional urine leakage ...
    • Hydroponics 

      Letondot, Axel (2016)
      A short documentary on the benefits and sustainability of hydroponics.
    • Hydrothermal waves in evaporating sessile drops 

      BRUTIN, David; RIGOLLET, Fabrice; LE NILIOT, Christophe (2009-10-05)
      Drop evaporation is a simple phenomena but still unclear concerning the mechanisms of evaporation. A common agreement of the scientific community based on experimental and numerical work evidences that most of the evaporation ...
    • Hydrothermal waves in evaporating sessile drops (APS 2009) 

      BRUTIN, David; RIGOLLET, Fabrice; LE NILIOT, Christophe (2009-10-23)
      This fluid dynamics video was submitted to the Gallery of Fluid Motion for the 2009 APS Division of Fluid Dynamics Meeting in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Drop evaporation is a simple phenomena but still unclear concerning the ...
    • Hygienic Implications of Small-Scale Composting in New York State 

      Harrison, Ellen (Cornell Waste Management Institute, 2004-05)
      Small-scale composting is an effective way to recycle organic wastes generated in the home and/or community. Little research has been done to determine potential human health risk of composts generated on a small scale. ...
    • Hyperadrenocorticism and prostatomegaly in a ferret 

      Lewis, Tamika (2008-09-24)
      "Max", a 5 year old male castrated ferret was presented to the Cornell University Hospital for Animals (CUHA) Exotics Service with a one day history of lethargy and "lump" on his abdomen the morning of presentation and ...
    • Hyperbolic Programs, and Their Derivative Relaxations 

      Renegar, J. (Cornell University Operations Research and Industrial Engineering, 2004-03)
      Hyperbolic Programs, and Their Derivative Relaxations
    • Hypercalcemia in a 4 year old castrated mixed breed dog 

      Little, Amanda (2012-09-19)
      A four year old, male castrated, mixed breed dog was evaluated for a five day history of inappetence, polyuria and polydipsia. Initial physical exam and diagnostic findings included 5% dehydration, bilaterally enlarged ...
    • Hypercalcemia in a dog 

      Skoglund, Todd P. (1997)
      "Toby", an 8-year-old male, castrated mixed breed dog, presented to the Cornell University Companion Animal Hospital as an emergency on September 28, 1996, the chief complaint being anorexia, lethargy and recumbency. The ...
    • Hypercalcemia of malignancy associated with a suspected hepatocellular carcinoma 

      Miller, Andrew D. (2004-11-10)
      A 9 year old female spayed Golden Retriever was evaluated for abdominal discomfort and guarding after eating. A diagnosis of hepatocellular carcinoma was made based on the combined results of a complete blood count, serum ...
    • Hypercalcemia of malignancy PTH-rp, and mediastinal lymphoma in a Boxer dog 

      Orban, Michael R. (2005-02-02)
      Hypercalemia of Malignancy is defined as a pathological rise in blood calcium in response to a malignant tumor. Hypercalcemia of Malignancy is a common paraneoplastic syndrome which is encountered with great frequency in ...
    • Hypercube Algorithms on the Polymorphic Torus 

      Elster, Anne C.; Li, Hungwen (Cornell University, 1989-05)
      The Polymorphic Torus architecture is a reconfigurable, massively parallel finegrained system, which in its two-dimensional $(N^{2})$ case has a lower wiring complexity than, say, hypercubes. However, due to the dynamic ...
    • Hypereosinophilic syndrome in a Rottweiler-mix breed dog 

      Long, Eric (2009-10-21)
      A 3.5 year old, castrated male Rottweiler mix-breed dog presented to the Small Animal Internal Medicine Service at Cornell University Hospital for Animals on 9/29/2009 for evaluation of a cough and potential lung masses. ...
    • Hyperosmolar syndrome in a 4-day-old Alpaca cria 

      Ryan, Kerry K. (2012-01-25)
      A 4-day-old male Alpaca cria presented on emergency to the Cornell University Equine and Farm Animal Hospital for failure of passive transfer and an outpatient plasma transfusion. The cria was depressed, febrile and ...
    • Hyperparathyroidism in a 14 year old mixed breed dog 

      Schroder, Allison (2009-11-18)
      A 14-year-old female spayed mixed breed dog presented to the Cornell University Hospital for Animals for treatment of a previously-diagnosed functional parathyroid nodule. The diagnosis of primary hyperparathyroidism was ...
    • Hyperproperties 

      Clarkson, Michael R.; Schneider, Fred B. (2008-01-27)
      Properties, which have long been used for reasoning about systems, are sets of traces. Hyperproperties, introduced here, are sets of properties. Hyperproperties can express security policies, such as secure information ...
    • Hyperproperties 

      Clarkson, Michael R.; Schneider, Fred B. (2008-12-22)
      Properties, which have long been used for reasoning about systems, are sets of traces. Hyperproperties, introduced here, are sets of properties. Hyperproperties can express security policies, such as secure information ...
    • Hyperproperties: Verification of Proofs 

      Bueno, Denis L.; Clarkson, Michael R. (2008-07-25)
      This paper formalizes some proofs by Clarkson and Schneider about hyperproperties. The proofs are mechanically verified using the proof assistant Isabelle.