Behavioral changes associated with suspected complex partial seizures in bull terriers.

@article{Dodman1996BehavioralCA,
  title={Behavioral changes associated with suspected complex partial seizures in bull terriers.},
  author={Nicholas H. Dodman and Kim Ellen. Knowles and Louis Shuster and Alice A. Moon-Fanelli and Amy S. Tidwell and CarlL. Keen},
  journal={Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association},
  year={1996},
  volume={208 5},
  pages={
          688-091
        }
}
OBJECTIVES To identify and treat a range of abnormal behavior, including tail chasing, unprovoked aggression, and extreme irrational fear, in Bull Terriers and to correlate the behavioral signs with electroencephalogram (EEG) or anatomic evidence of abnormal brain geometry or deafness. DESIGN Prospective clinical study. ANIMALS 8 affected and 5 unaffected (control) Bull Terriers. PROCEDURE All dogs were examined neurologically, including use of EEG, brainstem auditory-evoked response, and… CONTINUE READING

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