Findings on low-field cranial MR images in epileptic dogs that lack interictal neurological deficits.

@article{Smith2008FindingsOL,
  title={Findings on low-field cranial MR images in epileptic dogs that lack interictal neurological deficits.},
  author={Peter M Smith and Catherine E Talbot and Nicholas D. Jeffery},
  journal={Veterinary journal},
  year={2008},
  volume={176 3},
  pages={320-5}
}
Recurrent seizuring is a common neurological problem in dogs and can present diagnostic difficulties for the attending clinician. Associated interictal neurological deficits strongly suggest brain disease but the frequency of structural abnormalities in patients without such deficits is unknown. In this study the prevalence of clinically significant magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) abnormalities was determined in two groups of interictally normal dogs, those younger than 6 years and those older… CONTINUE READING

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