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Address correspondence to Dr. Barker (emi.barker@bristol.ac.uk).

Dr. Schofield's present address is Temple End Veterinary Surgery, 43 Temple End, High Wycombe, HP13 5DN Buckinghamshire, England.

This feature is published in coordination with the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine on behalf of the specialty of neurology. Contributors to this feature should contact Dr. Helen L. Simons (800-248-2862, ext 6692) for case submission forms. Submissions will be sent to Dr. Karen Kline, DVM, DACVIM, for her review, except when Dr. Kline is an author.