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Results are given from electron microscopic studies of spinal cord tissue from seven horses with neuritis of the cauda equina (NCE). The electron microscope picture showed a series of progressive changes. Globular myelin degeneration dominated during the so-called early stage, together with...

Author(s)
Dahme, E.; Deutschlander, N.
Citation
Zentralblatt fur Veterinarmedizin, 1976, 23A, 6, pp 502-519
Abstract

Neuritis of the cauda equina (NCE) in horses has some similarities to the Guillain-Barre syndrome in man and experimental allergic neuritis (EAN). The neuritic antigen in EAE is bovine P2, a protein of molecular weight c. 15 000, and animals with EAN have circulating antibodies to P2. Antibody to...

Author(s)
Kadlubowski, M.; Ingram, P. L.
Citation
Nature, UK, 1981, 293, 5830, pp 299-300
Abstract

Horner's syndrome is the collection of clinical signs caused by sympathetic denervation of structures of the head. Lesions can be in the brainstem, spinal cord, thoracic outflow, sympathetic trunk, cranial cervical ganglion, or postganglionic axons in the head. The most common clinical signs in ...

Author(s)
Hahn, C. N.
Publisher
Elsevier Inc., Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Clinical Techniques in Equine Practice, 2006, 5, 1, pp 43-48
Abstract

At the Institute, in the past two years, the condition was diagnosed in six saddle horses, in one of which the trigeminus was involved as well as the cauda equina; and in another, several cranial nerves were involved, with symptoms of facial paralysis, and disorders of vision. P.M. examination...

Author(s)
Stunzi, H.; Pohlenz, J.
Citation
Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde, 1974, 116, Heft 11, pp 533-541
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Author(s)
Deprez, P.; Picavet, M. T.; Sustronck, B.; Muylle, E.; Thoonen, H.; Hoorens, J.
Citation
Vlaams Diergeneeskundig Tijdschrift, 1991, 60, 6, pp 212-215
Abstract

In 27 suspected neuropathies an enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay, using P2 preparations from either bovine or equine myelin, detected all 12 cases of cauda equina neuritis with caudal involvement. The test was of limited value in differentiating neuropathies involving only cranial or other...

Author(s)
Fordyce, P. S.; Edington, N.; Bridges, G. C.; Wright, J. A.; Edwards, G. B.
Citation
Equine Veterinary Journal, 1987, 19, 1, pp 55-59
Abstract

Equine adenovirus 1 was recovered after four to six passages from two out of three cases of cauda equina neuritis (CEN) using kidney monolayers. Similar treatment of lumbo-sacral cord from six normal horses did not yield adenovirus. All three cases of CEN had antibodies to the neuritogenic myelin...

Author(s)
Edington, N.; Wright, J. A.; Patel, J. R.; Edwards, G. B.; Griffiths, L.
Citation
Research in Veterinary Science, 1984, 37, 2, pp 252-254
Abstract

Polyneuritis equi (PE) is a demyelinising, granulomatous neuritis affecting peripheral nerves -primarily the cauda equina and more rarely the cranial nerves of horses. Records of equine cases submitted to the University Hospital in the past 18 years were reviewed for cases of PE. Fourteen cases, in ...

Author(s)
Bertelsen, M. F.; Enemark, J. M. D.; Olsen, S. N.
Publisher
Danske Dyrlægeforening, Vanløse, Denmark
Citation
Dansk Veterinærtidsskrift, 2006, 89, 11, pp 19-23
Abstract

Ultrastructural lesions of the cranial nerves and their ganglia and the autonomic nervous system from 5 cases of neuritis of the cauda equina in the horse are described. They include lysosomal inclusions within the semilunar, geniculate and sympathetic chain ganglia, granulomatous involvement of...

Author(s)
Wright, J. A.; Fordyce, P.; Edington, N.
Citation
Journal of Comparative Pathology, 1987, 97, 6, pp 667-675
Abstract

Seventeen cases were studied clinically and pathologically and results compared with the literature. In six of these cases, thorough clinical examination and numerous laboratory tests were carried out which, however, failed to produce information of value for specific diagnosis. Paralysis of other...

Author(s)
Fankhauser, R.; Gerber, H.; Cravero, G. C.; Straub, R.
Citation
Schweizer Archiv fur Tierheilkunde, 1975, 117, 12, pp 675-699

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