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Biography
Everette James came from Hopkins in 1975 as Chair of Radiology with interest in nuclear medicine, particularly in radionuclide cysternography (a means of detecting impaired CSF flow as a cause of senile dementia). MRI was rapidly emerging, and this along with X-ray studies of Zoo animals dominated Everette’s efforts. His animal research included studying many animals, including probing “how ducks breath”, in studies done by Ron Price.

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