Localized diseases of the bovine brain and spinal cord.

  • Danielle Sherman
  • Published 1987 in
    The Veterinary clinics of North America. Food…


Localized lesions of the central nervous system do occur in cattle. Those affecting the cranial nerves and focal lesions of the spinal cord are most easily recognized by careful neurologic examination. Once the lesion has been anatomically localized, likely etiologic causes can be pursued. Probably the most common cause of cranial nerve deficits in cattle… (More)