David Thaller

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A 13-year-old cat had a history of seizures for 3 years that resembled temporal lobe epilepsy. Histologic examination of the brain revealed bilateral hippocampal alterations, including hypergyration and broadening of the dentate gyrus associated with hippocampal sclerosis and an intraventricular meningioma near the hippocampal region. The findings in the(More)
M alformations of the spine and spinal cord are common in domestic mammals. 1 Among these, syringomyelia is defined as a cystic, fluid filled tubular cavity (syrinx) within the spinal cord extending over several segments. Syringomyelia occurs as a primary congenital malformation and is most commonly combined with neural tube defects. However, it can also be(More)
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