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with regard to ΔLSA for dogs undergoing MRI with their pelvic limbs positioned in extended, flexed, and neutral postures. Our findings suggested that when limited translocation of the CM is appreciated on dynamic MRI, veterinarians should suspect

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, problems inherent with such an approach include the inbred nature of many rodent strains, differences in life span, size limitations, and a lack of spontaneous development of disease in most strains. In addition to the obvious interest to veterinarians and

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the stylet-in technique. The difference in efficiency (amount of time required to collect a sample) between the 2 techniques may be more important when less-experienced veterinarians collect samples. In addition, minimizing the amount of time for

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Interest in physical therapy as adjunctive treatment for neurologic and orthopedic disorders has increased among veterinarians and pet owners. Substantial progress has been made in understanding the effects of physical therapy and development of

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fracture (1). Mental status and MGCS score Mental status and MGCS score were recorded at hospital admission for 26 (96%) dogs. The remaining dog had arrived under general anesthesia administered by the referring veterinarian. Mental status was

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[group 1]) were obtained from either research dogs undergoing terminal procedures not involving the CNS or client-owned dogs euthanized for nonneurologic reasons. The dogs from which control samples of CSF were obtained were examined by a veterinarian or

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use committee approval was obtained for all animals involved in the study. Clinical information recorded included age, breed, duration of neurologic signs, and administration of glucocorticoids by the referring veterinarian. Dogs in the study group

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the case group were those suspected and subsequently confirmed by a veterinarian to have MND at the Hospital for Animals at Cornell University or on the premises where they resided. Confirmation was made in accordance with the published histopathologic

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to capture observations on the manifestation of spasticity in dogs in their home setting. Findings obtained with the veterinarian- or investigator-administered CSS were not associated with owner reports of spasticity in their dogs at home, thereby

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changes. Nonetheless, veterinarians should pay attention to these cognitive and behavioral changes, especially in dogs receiving GC drugs. Importantly, several considerations must be kept in mind when evaluating CBF in dogs. In people, assessments of CBF

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