Space occupying lesions of cranial nerves in calves with facial paralysis.

@article{Maenhout1984SpaceOL,
  title={Space occupying lesions of cranial nerves in calves with facial paralysis.},
  author={D Maenhout and Richard Ducatelle and Werner C Coussement and J. Nuytten and H Thoonen and J K Hoorens},
  journal={The Veterinary record},
  year={1984},
  volume={115 16},
  pages={407-10}
}
Clinical and pathological data of a recently discovered neurological disorder in young calves were studied. The symptoms were those of a paralysis of the nervus facialis and a dysfunction of the nervus vestibulocochlearis. Macroscopically, space occupying lesions were found at the roots of these two cranial nerves and in some cases further on their course into the os petrosum. On histological examination, these legions contained multiple nodules with mainly histiocytic cells, some plasma cells… CONTINUE READING

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