beginning the fifth week after surgery (0.5 mg/kg, PO, q 48 h for 7 days, then discontinued). Results of physical and neurologic examinations 5 months after surgery were normal. Nine months after surgery, the patient was reportedly doing well and had
Neurological disorders in reptiles result from infectious diseases, nutritional deficiencies, traumatic injuries, metabolic and circulatory disorders, congenital abnormalities, toxicities, and neoplasms. 1 – 8 In inland bearded
after 5 months. The patient was reported to be doing well at home and to have remained seizure free at a recheck examination 6 months after initial presentation. Recheck neurologic examination revealed mild proprioceptive ataxia involving all 4 limbs and
M eningoencephalomyelitis of unknown etiology (MUE) is one of the most common diseases treated in veterinary neurology. The term MUE refers to a variety of noninfectious, inflammatory diseases of the CNS of dogs that are generally considered
( Supplementary Video S1 ) . At presentation, a neurological examination was performed.
In this dog, the collapse after short periods of activity could be suggestive of a neuromuscular condition. However, tetraparesis or
Neurologic disease is common in pet African pygmy hedgehogs ( Atelerix albiventris ), but little information is available regarding the diagnosis and treatment of neurologic disease affecting these animals. 1 Wobbly hedgehog
in the CSF are well correlated with some infectious diseases; however, this is not without limitations for diagnosis of certain neurologic diseases. The CSF values may be within reference ranges in a horse with severe neurologic deficits because the
healthy without systemic or neurologic disease by the owners. Exclusion criteria during screening were the presence of abnormalities indicative of a systemic or neurologic disease during physical and neurologic evaluation. All dogs were enrolled with
Epizootics of neurologic disease caused by EHV-1 have been reported with increasing frequency in the United States during the past several years. 1 Characterized by high neurologic morbidity and case fatality rates, resistance to prevention by
indications for advanced imaging (MRI or CT) of the head in small animal neurology patients.
Diagnosis of vestibular disease and, in large part, determination of whether to pursue advanced imaging and the type of advanced imaging to pursue are highly