neurological examination findings can be used to prioritize the most common differential diagnoses in cats with myelopathies. 3 However, none of these previous studies described centralcordsyndrome (CCS) in cats.
Centralcordsyndrome is a clinical
differential diagnosis. The term centralcordsyndrome (CCS) defines a clinical presentation in which patients show more severe paresis in the thoracic limbs (TLs) than pelvic limbs (PLs). In human medicine this condition causes greater weakness in the arms
disproportionately affected thoracic limbs, compared with findings for the pelvic limbs, has been termed centralcordsyndrome. 1 Alternatively, a ventral midline extradural lesion that primarily impacts the gray matter and the medial axons of the white matter