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Dr. Penderis’ present address is Vet-Extra Neurology, Broadleys Veterinary Hospital, Craig Leith Rd, Stirling, FK7 7LE, Scotland.

Address correspondence to Dr. Penderis (jacques.penderis@vet-neurology.co.uk).