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A prospective study was made of cases of idiopathic Horner's syndrome in dogs referred to the author. Over a six-year period the condition was recorded in 62 golden retrievers. Examination suggested that the lesions affected the preganglionic neuron.
OBJECTIVE To determine clinical findings, cytologic and histologic characteristics of salivary glands, and response to treatment with phenobarbital in dogs with clinical signs typical of sialadenosis. DESIGN Prospective study. ANIMALS 13 dogs with enlarged salivary glands. PROCEDURE Data were collected from dogs with clinical signs attributable to… (More)
A cat was presented with signs associated with enlargement of the mandibular salivary glands. Histological findings were normal, consistent with a diagnosis of sialadenosis, and the cat responded to symptomatic treatment with oral phenobarbitone.
Five dogs presented with varying degrees of subconjunctival swelling and enophthalmos. Biopsy revealed the subconjunctival tissue to be fat. Surgical excision in two cases resulted in resolution of the clinical signs and demonstrated that the fat came from the retrobulbar region.
Systemic histiocytosis is a rare familial histiocytic disorder seen in the Bernese mountain dog. This article documents six confirmed cases of the disease seen at the Animal Medical Centre between June 1992 and June 1994 and describes the different presentations of the disease, response to therapy and progression. Three of the dogs are still alive; of… (More)
A working collie cross was presented with a three-month history of vague neurological signs and a right-sided Horner's syndrome. Denervation hypersensitivity testing suggested a first order syndrome. There was a significant positive titre to Neospora and clinical signs resolved completely following treatment.
Two dobermanns exhibited Horner's syndrome following the surgical treatment of cervical spondylopathy. Denervation hypersensitivity testing demonstrated a 2nd order lesion in both. Spontaneous resolution occurred within one month.