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Ischemic myelopathy and ANNPE are common neurologic emergencies in dogs that have similar clinical signs 1–10 such as the hyperacute onset of nonprogressive, often markedly asymmetric spinal cord dysfunction without obvious signs of pain. 1

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Dogs with a diagnosis of ANNPE or ischemic myelopathy often have similar clinical signs consisting of acute, focal, nonprogressive neurologic signs associated with spinal cord dysfunction. Acute noncompressive nucleus pulposus extrusion is an

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Ischemic myelopathy has been identified frequently in dogs, 1–13 with the most commonly reported cause of ischemic myelopathy being embolization of fibrocartilaginous material histochemically identical to the nucleus pulposus of the

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Introduction The reciprocal mechanisms involved in urine storage and voiding in dogs are mediated by the hypogastric, pelvic, and pudendal nerves. 1 Intervertebral disk extrusion (IVDE) or ischemic myelopathy occurring cranial to the L7

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peritonitis, spinal fracture and luxation, intervertebral disc disease, and ischemic myelopathy (IM), among other diseases. 1 – 3 Despite the overlap of clinical signs between diseases, clinical reasoning using a combination of signalment and clinical and

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mandated reporting laws are achieving the goals expected of them. See page 992 Small Animals & Exotic Magnetic resonance imaging for differentiation of acute noncompressive nucleus pulposus extrusion and ischemic myelopathy in dogs Dogs

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substantial proportion of participants pursued careers in clinical practice after graduation. See page 759 Small Animals & Exotic Comparison of dogs with presumptive ischemic myelopathy versus acute noncompressive nucleus pulposus extrusion

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surface of the spinal cord circumferentially. 9,10 Interruption of the blood supply to the spinal cord results in ischemic myelopathy. Although common in dogs, fibrocartilaginous embolic myelopathy in cats is uncommonly reported. 11 Likewise, ischemic

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segments Etiologic diagnosis —Differential diagnoses considered for the cat included trauma, vascular event (fibrocartilaginous embolism [FCE], ischemic myelopathy, or hemorrhage), intervertebral disk extrusion, and neoplasia. Diagnostic testing

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clinical and MRI findings with outcome in dogs suspected to have ischemic myelopathy In a previous study involving 52 dogs with ischemic myelopathy, severity of clinical signs at the time of initial examination was significantly associated with the

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