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Journal: Prevalence & breed predisposition of TL IVDD in cats

Table 1: Affected disc spaces in 31 cats with TL IVDD. Two cats had two disc herniations.

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Term: Dysgeusia

Pronunciation: dys·geu·si·a (dĭs-gyōō'zē-ə, -zhə, -jōō'-)

Etymology: Greek dys- ("ill, bad") + geûs...

 

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Localize: Irish Wolfhound with RPL lameness

A 4-year-old spayed female Irish Wolfhound is presented for 2 months progressive right pelvic limb l...

 

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Quiz: Cerebellar hypoplasia in cats

What is the most common cause of cerebellar hypoplasia in cats?

a. Feline leukemia virus
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Localize: Painful chewing

A 6-year-old castrated male Labrador Retriever was presented following a three-week history of diffi...

 

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Term: Risus sardonicus

Pronunciation: ri·sus sar·do·ni·cus ( ˈrī-səs  sär-ˈdän-i-kəs , ˈrē- )

Etymology: Latin rīsus ("lau...

 

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Localize: Paraparetic Cocker Spaniel

A 7-year-old castrated male Cocker Spaniel is presented following several weeks of progressive pelvi...

 

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Quiz: Serum phenobarbital levels

1. How long after phenobarbital is given should the blood sample for a serum phenobarbital lev...

 

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Localize: Masticatory myositis?

An 8-year-old dog is referred for possible masticatory muscle myositis. The neurologic exam is norma...

 

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COTM: Intermittent back pain

History: A 12-year-old castrated male Jack Russel Terrier was presented for evaluation of intermitte...

 

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Across

  • 1-11 :Inflammation of CSF producing structure
  • 33-35 :_____ mater
  • 49-57 :Inward (medial) rotation of dorsal aspect of pupil
  • 85-87 :(Abbreviation) Transient neurologic episode last < 24 hrs
  • 103-108 :Cerebellar _________ (Latin for "worm")

Down

  • 1-121 :Brain surgery without replacement of skull bone
  • 29-125 :Cutaneous region supplied by a single spinal nerve
  • 31-67 :2nd cervical vertebra
  • 33-117 :Area of ischemic tissue around an infarct that is not yet irreversibly damaged
  • 48-108 :Rhythmic constriction & dilation of the pupil
  • 87-123 :Conducts action potential away from cell body
  • 107-131 :Pressure exerted between brain and skull

Terms: Words for nerds crossword

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Localize: Down Lab

A 10-year-old spayed female Labrador Retriever is brought in for progressive pelvic limb weakness/in...

 

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