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Neuroanatomical diagnosis

Contributor(s): Rodney Bagley, Laurent Garosi

Introduction

  • By the time the neurological examination is completed, the examiner should be able to localize the lesion within the nervous system.

Clinical signs of disease in specific functional areas

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Differential diagnosis

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Ancillary testing

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Further Reading

Publications

Refereed papers

  • Recent references from PubMed and VetMedResource.
  • Garosi L S (2009) Neurological examination of the cat. How to get started.​ J Feline Med Surg 11 (5), 340-348 PubMed.
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  • Fischer A & Obermaier G (1994) Brainstem auditory-evoked potentials and neuropathologic correlates in 26 dogs with brain tumors. J Vet Intern Med (5), 363-369 PubMed.
  • Steiss J E, Cox N R & Hathcock J T (1994) Brain stem auditory-evoked response abnormalities in 14 dogs with confirmed central nervous system lesions. J Vet Intern Med (4), 293-298 PubMed.
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Other sources of information

  • Lorenz M B & Kornegay J N (eds) (2011) Handbook of Veterinary Neurology, 4th edn, Elsevier/Saunders.
  • deLahunta A & Glass E (2008) Veterinary Neuroanatomy and Clinical Neurology. 3rd edn, Elsevier/Saunders, St. Louis.


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