Angela Dalla Pria

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We describe the ultrasonographic diagnosis of diplomyelia in a 40-day-old calf. The acoustic window was the lumbosacral junction, which, in cattle, corresponds to the L6-S1 intervertebral space and enables the evaluation of approximately 1 cm of the length of the spinal cord. Despite this limited length, this acoustic window yields good anatomic details and(More)
Herein, we describe a calf affected by cerebellar displacement and spina bifida, diagnosed by ultrasonography. A full-term, newborn female calf with paralysis of the pelvic limbs was examined. The dorsal skin at the sacral level contained a circular defect; this was subsequently diagnosed as spina bifida. Cerebellar displacement into the cervical vertebral(More)
The differential diagnosis between Myelodysplasia and Aplastic anaemia may be sometimes difficult, because clinical and morphological features may appear similar. Two cases, a Myelodysplastic syndrome with hypocellular and an Aplastic anaemia with hypercellular BM aspirates, are described in this report. Reciprocal connections between these two pathological(More)