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, where all slices in the sagittal plane were measured, followed by the calculation of volume ( Figure 1 ) . Figure 1 Representative T2 sagittal MRI sequences of L1/2, L2/3, L3/4, L4/5, and L5/6 intervertebral disk spaces in a rabbit. The nucleus

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Intervertebral disk disease in dogs has been classified on the basis of clinical, radiographic, and histologic findings. 1-4 Recently, however, MRI has come into wider use as a diagnostic tool in veterinary medicine, 5-9 and MRI has been

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Jensen VF . Asymptomatic radiographic disappearance of calcified intervertebral disc material in the Dachshund . Vet Radiol Ultrasound 2001 ; 42 : 141 – 148 . 15 Jensen VF Arnbjerg J . Development of intervertebral disk

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of intervertebral disc herniation in dogs in Japan: 297 cases . J Vet Med Sci 2008 ; 70 : 701 – 706 . 10.1292/jvms.70.701 10. Gill PJ , Lippincott CL , Anderson SM . Dorsal laminectomy in the treatment of cervical intervertebral disk

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corresponding intervertebral disk (compared with surrounding disks) that was consistent with desiccation of the nucleus pulposus at this site ( Figure 1 ). On sagittal and transverse T2-weighted images, an area of signal void that was overlaid dorsally by an

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Thoracolumbar intervertebral disk disease is a common cause of neurologic dysfunction in dogs. 1,2 The clinical signs can range from signs of pain or spinal hyperesthesia to pelvic limb paresis or paralysis, with or without deep pain perception

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Intervertebral disk herniation occurs in most breeds of dogs, but the occurrence is far more frequent in certain breeds characterized by hypochondroplastic dwarfism (also known as chondrodystrophic breeds). Dachshunds are particularly at risk, 1

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best characterized in this breed. Whereas the estimated lifetime prevalence of intervertebral disk disease is 2% to 3.5% in the overall dog population, it is estimated to be 19% to 25% for Dachshunds. 2,6,7 Dachshunds most commonly develop clinical

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. ABBREVIATIONS DAP Diastolic arterial blood pressure ET co 2 End-tidal carbon dioxide concentration FCEM Fibrocartilaginous embolic myelopathy IVD Intervertebral disk IVDH Intervertebral disk herniation MAP Mean arterial blood pressure SAP Systolic

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intervertebral disk disease: characterization by age, sex, breed and anatomic site of involvement . Am J Vet Res 1970 ; 31 : 1687 – 1692 . 5 Priester WA . Canine intervertebral disc disease—occurrence by age, breed and sex among 8117 cases

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