NADX? RFL lameness

This week’s neurolocalization case is a 9-year-old castrated male Labrador Retriever with right thoracic limb lameness not responding to medical management.

Quiz: Third ventricular tumors in cats

What is the most common third ventricular tumor in cats? Why? Click on post title to check your answer.

Poll: Favorite anticonvulsant?

Poll: What anticonvulsant do you use most commonly as a first-line treatment for epileptic dogs?

Term: Pourfour du Petit Syndrome

Pourfour du Petit Syndrome (PdP Syndrome; a.k.a., Petit Syndrome) is a rare disorder characterized by mydriasis, widened palpebral fissure, exophthalmos and...

Quiz: Meninges

This week's quiz features questions about the meninges.

Term: Cauda equina

The term cauda equina literally means “horse’s tail” and is formed by... Click on image/post title to read more about the definition and clinical relevance.

NADX? "Drunk" Pitbull

This week’s neurolocalization case is a 3 1/2-year-old castrated male Pitbull that was evaluated in our Emergency Department for an acute onset of uncoordinated gait and left head tilt.

Quiz: Regurgitating dog

You obtain thoracic radiographs for a geriatric dog with regurgitation. Interpret the radiograph and formulate a differential diagnosis list.

Term: Arbor vitae

Arbor vitae is the name used to describe the white matter tracts of the cerebellum, which...

NADX? Paraplegic Pitbull

This week’s neurolocalization case is a 4-year-old spayed female that was referred following an acute onset of paraplegia. No known trauma. Watch the video and localize the lesion.

Quiz: Ring-enhancing lesions

What are your differential diagnoses for this ring-enhancing lesion?

Term: Anisocoria

This week's neuro word for nerds is anisocoria. Click post title to read more about the pronunciation, etymology and clinical relevance.