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-Toxoplasma gondii IgG and IgM tests were performed to evaluate for the aforementioned infectious diseases. Magnetic resonance imaging a of the head was performed to detect potential structural abnormalities within the brain, peripheral nerves, skull, or

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/dL). Results of an analysis of a sample of CSF were within reference limits. Serologic testing indicated that the cat had no circulating anti-coronavirus antibodies; the cat was seronegative for anti- Toxoplasma IgM but had anti- Toxoplasma IgG (titer, 1

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testing, treatment of the dog with tramadol (75 mg, PO, q 8 to 12 h) and later gabapentin (300 mg, PO, q 12 h) was started for pain management. Serologic testing (by enzyme immunoassay) revealed that the dog was positive for anti- Coccidioides IgG (titer

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spinal cord, nerves, or vertebral column. A sample of CSF was obtained from the cerebellomedullary cistern and submitted for cytologic analysis to screen for infectious or neoplastic disease. A serum sample was submitted for T gondii IgG and IgM

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with movement in short bursts. Three weeks earlier, the cat had developed decreased appetite and fever and had an inflammatory leukogram. Assessment of serum Toxoplasma IgG and IgM titers performed at that time yielded negative results. The fever

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negative for Blastomyces antigen; Cryptococcus antigen was not detected in a serum sample. Anti -Neospora caninum IgG was not present in the CSF sample. Therefore, administration of all medications except prednisone was discontinued. On the basis of

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prompted blood sample collection for assessment of serum IgG and IgM titers against N caninum e and T gondii , e and quantitative PCR testing for S neurona f and H americanum. g In the interim, ultrasonographic evaluation of the cervical musculature

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antibodies against Ehrlichia canis, Ehrlichia ewingii, Borrelia burgdorferi, Anaplasma phagocytophilum , and Anaplasma platys were negative. Similarly, the dog was negative for anti- T gondii IgG and anti- N caninum antibodies. A CBC revealed no

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anti– Toxoplasma antibody (IgG) titer (1:256) was suggestive of recent Toxoplasma exposure or infection. A urinalysis revealed a urine specific gravity of 1.023 and mild proteinuria; urine culture results were negative. Thoracic radiography

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