A retrospective study of neurological disease in 118 rabbits.

@article{Gruber2009ARS,
  title={A retrospective study of neurological disease in 118 rabbits.},
  author={Andrea Gruber and A Pakozdy and Herbert Weissenb{\"o}ck and Jacqueline Csokai and Frank K{\"u}nzel},
  journal={Journal of comparative pathology},
  year={2009},
  volume={140 1},
  pages={31-7}
}
A retrospective pathological study of 118 rabbits presenting with neurological disease was conducted. Diagnoses were categorized on the basis of aetiopathogenesis as inflammatory, vascular, traumatic, metabolic-toxic, neoplastic, degenerative or idiopathic. Central nervous system (CNS) lesions were present in 85 (72.0%) of the rabbits and in most of these cases (70.3%) a causative agent was identified. The majority of animals (n=78, 66.1%) had disease of an inflammatory nature and 71 of these… CONTINUE READING

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