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Primate Record - "Eminem"

NAME: Eminem

DATE ACQUIRED: 9/10/02

TBTEST:
6/5/07: (R) Neg, Debbie/Amy
3/21/07: (L) Neg, Joe
1 211 9/06: (R) Neg, Joe
9/13/06: (L) Neg, Debbie/Erich
6/7/06: (R) Neg, Debbie/Erich.
3/9/06: (L) Neg, Debbie/Erich
1211 2/05: (R) Neg, Debbie/Erich
9/6/05: (L) Neg., Debbie/Erich
6/6/05 : (R) Neg., Debbie/Erich
311 6/05: (L) Neg., Debbie/Erich
12/8/04: (R) Neg, Debbie/Erich
9/16/04: (L) Neg, Debbie/Erich
6/9/04: (R) Neg, Debbie/Erich
3/16/04: (L) Neg, Crossno/Bass, Moved to Room 2441
1/20/04: (R) Neg, Frost/Gallagher
9130103: (L) Neg, Pirozzo, Mertz
6/24/03: (R) Neg, Frost, Bass
311 8/03 : (L) Neg, Flory
12/18/02: (L) Neg, Partha, John, Tristan

MEDICAL:
7/26/07: ULAM PE: are of alopecia on anterior aspect of R forearm
with coalescing raised/thickened red skin (old wound healing) small
are of alopecia L forearm, suspect pt. is picking at both areas, areas are
dry, no med. recommended at this time.
3/21/07: ULAM visual exam: smalla area of alopecia on forehead
above eyes (growing in), patchy alopecia on distal hind limbs, wears
long sleeved jacket due to history of self mutilation.
1/12/07-1/30/07: reported for seld induced injury to forearms, see
hardcopy for extensive notes, determined that there was a personality
conflict with another animal in this room, that animal was relocated
and the behavior stopped.
12/19/06: ULAM PE
9/13/06: ULAM physical exam and allopecia check
6/7/06: ULAM visual exam and allopecia check
3/21/06: ULAM PE and allopecia check
12/12/05: ULAM visual alloopecia check
9/19/05 : ULAM PE and allopecia check-possible penetration wound on R sole of foot, multiple scabs and bilateral allopecia and antebrachia where sleeves of jacket contact arms.
8/14/05: follow up on previously noted lesion on L wrist.
6/6/05: ULAM visual exam and allopecia check
3/30/05,4/14/05: post needle stick exposure check (blood draw/swabs)
3/16/05: ULAM PE and allopecia check-healthy
9/16/04: ULAM PE and allopecia check
7/20/04: ULAM PE and allopecia check-very hyper, resists sedation
10/24/03 : ULAM finger trauma
8/23/03: ULAM trauma to face
12/16/02: recheck nose/face ULAM
12/15/02: recheck nose/face ULAM
12/13/02: recheck nose/face/blood chemistry ULAM
12/12/02: Bloody nose & swollen face ULAM

NUMBER: 02x2644

SEX: M

WEIGHT-KG:
7/24/07: 10.3
6/5/07: 9.7
3/21/07: 8.7
12/19/06: 9.8
9/13/06: 9.8
6/7/06: 9.8
3/9/06: 10.0
12/12/05: 9.8
9/15/05: 9.6
6/6/05: 8.9
3/16/05: 8.1
12/8/04: 7.6
9/15/04: 7.1
3/16/04: 5.1
1/20/04: 5.04
9/30/03: 4.5
6/24/03 : 3.74
3/18/03: 3.3
12/18/02: 2.9

DOB: 4/13/01

ACQUIRED FROM: VCU

COMMENT: Moved to room on 3/16/04

STUDY
8253: March 2004
8108: Pending Study 

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Rats, mice, birds, amphibians and other animals have been excluded from coverage by the Animal Welfare Act. Therefore research facility reports do not include these animals. As a result of this situation, a blank report, or one with few animals listed, does not mean that a facility has not performed experiments on non-reportable animals. A blank form does mean that the facility in question has not used covered animals (primates, dogs, cats, rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters, pigs, sheep, goats, etc.). Rats and mice alone are believed to comprise over 90% of the animals used in experimentation. Therefore the majority of animals used at research facilities are not even counted.

   

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