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Term: Pneumocephalus

Pronunciation: pneu·mo·ceph·a·lus (nōō'mō-sěf'ə-ləs, nyōō'-)

Etymology: Gr: pneuma (“ai...

 

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Localize: Down Miniature Schnauzer

A 5-year-old castrated male Miniature Schnauzer is presented for an acute onset of inability to walk...

 

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Quiz: PLR and anisocoria

 
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Term: Otoacoustic emission

Pronunciation: oh-toh-uh-koo-stik ih-mish-uh n

Etymology: < Greek ōto-, combining form of oûs (“...

 

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Localize: Weak Cocker

A 7-year-old spayed female Cocker Spaniel is brought in for evaluation following an acute onset of p...

 

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Quiz: Dog hit-by-car

A 4-year-old Terrier mix escaped from the owner's yard and was found 2 hours later lying on the side...

 

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Term: Hypnagogic myoclonus

Pronunciation: hyp·na·gog·ic (hip-nuh-goj-ik, -goh-jik) my·o·clo·nus (mahy-o-kloh-nuh s)

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Localize: Paraparetic Pug

A 12-year-old spayed female Pug is brought in with a 6-month history of progressive pelvic limb weak...

 

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Quiz: Myelogram in a 4 month dog

A 4-month-old female Golden Retriever was presented to a veterinary hospital for progressive pelvic ...

 

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Across

  • 1-11 :Paralyzed all 4 limbs
  • 31-36 :Mycotoxins frequently cause
  • 62-66 :Acutely blind, but not optic neuritis
  • 109-118 :Surgical approach to brain
  • 121-127 :Sudden, transient, excessive neuronal discharges in brain
  • 161-162 :Left eye
  • 170-180 :Axon fiber crossing in brain
  • 204-212 :Extension of contrast along meninges
  • 242-249 :Ischemic tissue around infarct that can recover
  • 255-260 :Involuntary, rhythmic muscular contractions and relaxations
  • 301-310 :Term for spinal cord disease
  • 343-348 :Malformation common in Cavaliers
  • 351-358 :Almond-shaped basal nucleus
  • 385-396 :Masticatory muscle (latin)

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  • 1-41 :Transient neurologic episode (abbreviation) lasting minutes to hours
  • 6-66 :Caudal to midbrain
  • 9-69 :Non-neuronal brain cells
  • 11-111 :Incoordination
  • 74-174 :Droopy eyelid
  • 96-276 :Persistently open in congenital hydrocephalus
  • 105-265 :Spinal cord white matter region
  • 112-292 :Sleep attacks
  • 121-181 :Ventral _____ surgery
  • 158-398 :Smooth brain
  • 223-303 :Group of axonal fibers in PNS
  • 248-308 :Dorsal ____ ganglion
  • 260-360 :Brain grooves
  • 306-346 :Membrane closest to brain
  • 345-385 :Pressure exerted on skull by intracranial contents

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Localize: LFL lame Bull Mastiff

An 8 1/2 year castrated male Bull Mastiff was presented for evaluation of a 4-6 week history of left...

 

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Quiz: Thoracic limbs weaker

A 9-year-old female Labrador Retriever is presented following an acute onset of severe weakness of t...

 

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