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Congenital spinal malformations in small animals.
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The authors present the various spinal malformations using modified human classification schemes and use current widely accepted definitions and terminology to promote clearer understanding. Expand
Choroid plexus tumors in 56 dogs (1985-2007).
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MRI, CSF analysis or both can help to differentiate between CPPs and CPCs, and may provide valuable prognostic and pretreatment information. Expand
Retrospective analysis of spinal arachnoid cysts in 14 dogs.
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It was concluded from this study that Rottweilers have a higher incidence of SACs than other breeds of dog, and surgical resection resulted in improvement in neurological function in the majority of treated dogs. Expand
Magnetic resonance imaging and histological classification of intracranial meningiomas in 112 dogs.
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MRI characteristics do not allow for prediction of meningioma subtype or grade, emphasizing the necessity of histopathology for antemortem diagnosis, and the higher incidence of atypical tumors in dogs may contribute to the poorer therapeutic response in dogs withMeningiomas. Expand
Necrotizing Meningoencephalitis in Five Chihuahua Dogs
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An acute to chronic idiopathic necrotizing meningoencephalitis was diagnosed in 5 Chihuahua dogs aged between 1.5 and 10 years, and the clinical signs, distribution pattern, and histologic type of lesions bear close similarities to necrotized meningocephalitis as described in series of both Pug and Maltese breed dogs. Expand
Etiology and clinical outcome in dogs with aspiration pneumonia: 88 cases (2004-2006).
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Interestingly, radiographic severity of disease and duration of hospitalization were not associated with overall survival rate and the presence of more than 1 underlying disease associated with aspiration pneumonia did not adversely impact survival rate. Expand
Clinical signs, magnetic resonance imaging features, and outcome after surgical and medical treatment of otogenic intracranial infection in 11 cats and 4 dogs.
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It was concluded that dogs and cats with intracranial disease secondary to extension of otitis media/interna have a good-to-excellent prognosis when the condition was diagnosed and was treated by surgical exploration and appropriate antibiotic therapy. Expand
Forecasting Seizures in Dogs with Naturally Occurring Epilepsy
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It is demonstrated that seizures in canine epilepsy are not randomly occurring events, and the feasibility of long-term seizure forecasting using iEEG monitoring is highlighted. Expand
Extradural spinal synovial cysts in nine dogs.
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Nine dogs presenting for investigation of cervical or thoracolumbar myelopathies were diagnosed with extradural spinal synovial cysts and all dogs were fully ambulatory with improved neurological function compared with that at initial presentation. Expand
A novel implanted device to wirelessly record and analyze continuous intracranial canine EEG
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Canine epilepsy is proposed as an appropriate model for testing human antiepileptic devices and new approaches to epilepsy surgery, and this new technology as a versatile platform for evaluating seizures and response to therapy in the natural, ambulatory setting. Expand
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