Cervical chondroid chordoma in a standard dachshund: a case report

  title={Cervical chondroid chordoma in a standard dachshund: a case report},
  author={{\O}yvind Stigen and Nina Ottesen and Hans Gamlem and Caroline Piercey {\AA}kesson},
  booktitle={Acta veterinaria Scandinavica},
A ten-year-old male standard dachshund was presented with a history of neck pain and progressive gait disturbances. Following a neurological examination and diagnostic imaging, including CT, a neoplastic lesion involving the third and fourth cervical vertebrae was suspected. The lesion included an extradural mass on the right side of the spinal canal causing a local compression of the cervical cord. Surgery, using a modified dorsal laminectomy procedure, was performed in order to decompress the… CONTINUE READING


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