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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
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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)
Yvorchuk-St Jean, K.
Citation
Veterinary Clinics of North America, Equine Practice, 1987, 3, 2, pp 421-427
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Author(s)
Rooney, J. R.
Citation
Modern Veterinary Practice, 1979, 60, 3, pp 228,230
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P.M. and histological findings are described in two mares, five and 12 years old. The histological picture was of a chronic, interstitial neuritis affecting mainly the nerve bundles of the cauda equina, with extensive destruction of the fibre bundles and appertaining ganglia. The inflammatory...

Author(s)
Pallaske, G.
Publisher
Frankfurter Strasse 94, 63 Giessen.,
Citation
Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift, 1966, 73, pp 415-419
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The structure and function of the nervous system are considered and a mode of action is postulated. Clinical examination is largely restricted to observation of posture and various movements, including negotiating a steep slope and rising from lateral recumbency; reflexes which may be usefully...

Author(s)
Rooney, J. R.
Citation
Clinical neurology of the horse., 1971, pp x + 104 pp.
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This condition has been recorded only in the horse. Clinically, it is characterized by paralysis of the tail and anal sphincter, dribbling of urine, and loss of sensibility of the tissues in the region of the tail and in certain muscles of the croup. Two cases are described, and in both an accurate ...

Author(s)
Amman, K.
Citation
Tierarztliche Rundschau, 1936, 42, pp 281-285
Abstract

This review covering disorders of the c.n.s. is based on personal studies over the years rather than on "recent advances" alone. The emphasis is on pathology in its widest sense, a study of cause and effect together with the field history and clinical signs. There is a considerable gap in...

Author(s)
Innes, J. R. M.; Saunders, L. Z.
Publisher
New York (& London): Academic Press Inc.,
Citation
Advances in veterinary Science, 1957, 3, pp 33-196 pp.

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