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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is one of those non-invasive proceedings, which allows to measure at the same time the morphologic and functional specificities of the brain, therefore it can help to understand the causes of epilepsy. As far as the authors know, in the literature there is no such...

Author(s)
Földes, K.; Lőrincz, B.; Garamvölgyi, R.; Bajzik, G.; Tokai, R.; Lelovics, Z.; Repa, I.
Publisher
NAKVI, Budapest, Hungary
Citation
Magyar Állatorvosok Lapja, 2013, 135, 11, pp 675-684
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The aim of this work was to document the value of morphometric analysis in quantifying neuronal loss in canine cerebellar degenerative disease. Measurements of the cerebellar cell populations in a dog affected by severe cortico-cerebellar degeneration (CCD) were compared with those of an...

Author(s)
Bianco, C.; Bombardi, C.; Gandini, G.; Gallucci, A.; Sirri, R.; Sarli, G.; Mandrioli, L.
Publisher
Faculty of Veterinary Science, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan
Citation
Pakistan Veterinary Journal, 2015, 35, 2, pp 248-250
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A form of hereditary cerebellar ataxia has recently been described in the Norwegian Buhund dog breed. This study aimed to identify the genetic cause of the disease. Whole-genome sequencing of two Norwegian Buhund siblings diagnosed with progressive cerebellar ataxia was carried out, and sequences...

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Jenkins, C. A.; Kalmar, L.; Matiasek, K.; Mari, L.; Kyöstilä, K.; Lohi, H.; Schofield, E. C.; Mellersh, C. S.; Risio, L. de; Ricketts, S. L.
Publisher
Public Library of Sciences (PLoS), San Francisco, USA
Citation
PLoS Genetics, 2020, 16, 1,
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An unusual form of cerebellocortical degeneration called cerebellar granuloprival degeneration was diagnosed in a four-month-old Chihuahua. The dog had a two-week history of progressive signs of cerebellar dysfunction, including a wide-based stance, intention tremors and bilateral absence of menace ...

Author(s)
López Betran, M.; Mascort, J.; Pumarola, M.; Montoliu, P.
Publisher
BMJ Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
Veterinary Record Case Reports, 2020, 8, 1,
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Cerebellar abiotrophy was observed in a female American Staffordshire terrier aged 6 years. The bitch showed tremors, weakness, ataxia as main clinical signs at the time of visit the Veterinary Hospital (FVET-UdelaR), and these signs were progressed slowly for 6 months. The dog was euthanatized due ...

Author(s)
Verdes, J. M.; Delucchi, L.; Feijoó, G.; Fumagalli, F.; Rodríguez Serpa, C.; Yamasaki, K.
Publisher
Sociedad de Medicina Veterinaria del Uruguay, Montevideo, Uruguay
Citation
Veterinaria (Montevideo), 2020, 56, 213,
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Background: Neonatal cerebellar cortical degeneration is a neurodegenerative disease described in several canine breeds including the Beagle. Affected Beagles are unable to ambulate normally from the onset of walking and the main pathological finding includes Purkinje cell loss with swollen...

Author(s)
Forman, O. P.; Risio, L. de; Stewart, J.; Mellersh, C. S.; Beltran, E.
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
BMC Genetics, 2012, 13, 55, pp (10 July 2012)
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This paper is aimed to present a corpus callosum and cerebellar anomaly with pathological findings in a 40-day-old, male, Golden Retriever puppy. It was stated that the dog rapidly deteriorated and died. On necropsy, after opening the skull, it was observed that the brain and cerebellum hemispheres ...

Author(s)
Ipek, V.; Kaplan, O.; Cinar, A.
Publisher
Fakultet Veterinarske Medicine, Univerziteta u Beogradu, Belgrade, Serbia
Citation
Acta Veterinaria (Beograd), 2020, 70, 4, pp 526-532
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In this case report, a nine-month-old male Azawakh dog was observed for ataxia, uncoordinated movements, and difficulties in walking and standing, intensive head tremors, trouble evacuating and eating. It was determined to have mild cerebellar hypoplasia in MR imaging and symptomatic treatment was...

Author(s)
Dinçer, P. F. P.; Aksoy, G.; Altunbaş, R.; Çetintaş, İ.
Publisher
Ilker Çamkerten, Aksaray, Turkey
Citation
Journal of Advances in VetBio Science and Techniques, 2020, 5, 1, pp 20-26
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Background: The ingestion of grapes or raisins has been reported to cause acute kidney injury (AKI) in dogs, with a clinical picture dominated by early gastrointestinal signs and rapidly developing uremia. Ataxia is mentioned in a few reports, but not further characterized. Objectives: To evaluate...

Author(s)
Schweighauser, A.; Henke, D.; Oevermann, A.; Gurtner, C.; Francey, T.
Publisher
Wiley, Boston, USA
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 2020, 34, 5, pp 1957-1966
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This case study presents a unique transient postural vestibular syndrome in three dogs. The transient postural symptoms present as pronounced vestibulo-cerebellar signs after altering the position of the head. Magnetic resonance imaging findings of the brain suggest caudal cerebellar hypoplasia,...

Author(s)
Prikryl, M.; Caine, A.; Palus, V.
Publisher
Frontiers Media S.A., Lausanne, Switzerland
Citation
Frontiers in Veterinary Science, 2020, 6, August,

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