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Progressive ataxia, proprioceptive deficits, dysphagia and wasting occurred in a female and a male from the same litter of Springer Spaniels after the age of 12 and 19 months. At autopsy both showed marked enlargement of cranial parts of vagus and cervical nerves and dorsal root ganglia, and there was widespread vacuolation of cells of central nervous(More)
Progressive ataxia, proprioceptive deficits, dysphagia and wasting occurred in a female and a male from the same litter of Springer Spaniels after the age of 12 and 19 months. At autopsy both showed marked enlargement of cranial parts of vagus and cervical nerves and dorsal root ganglia, and there was widespread vacuolation of cells of central nervous(More)
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