Subclinical lumbar polyradiculopathy, polyneuritis and ganglionitis in aged wild and exotic mammalians.

@article{Anderson1993SubclinicalLP,
  title={Subclinical lumbar polyradiculopathy, polyneuritis and ganglionitis in aged wild and exotic mammalians.},
  author={W I Anderson and John F. Cummings and Howard N. Steinberg and Alexander Delahunta and J. M. Henry King},
  journal={Journal of comparative pathology},
  year={1993},
  volume={109 1},
  pages={89-91}
}
Subclinical lumbar polyradiculopathy was present in the intradural dorsal and ventral nerve rootlets of 19 aged individuals of the following wild and exotic mammalian species: woodrat, raccoon, mink, lynx, reindeer, red deer, musk ox, scimitar-horned oryx, Arabian oryx, hybrid waterbuck, Persian onager, Przewalski's wild horse, Malayan sun bear, Asian… CONTINUE READING