What’s your neurolocalization?

These posts present short cases with images & videos to practice neurolocalization.
 

Localize: Boxer with inappetence and lethargy

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Boxer with difficulty eating dry food, occasional cough/gag when eating, and food falling out of mouth.

Localize: Ataxic Great Dane

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3 1/2 yr FS Great Dane referred for evaluation of 3 month progressive ataxia in all 4 limbs

Localize: Lab with LHL lameness

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1-year-old castrated male Labrador Retriever is brought in for evaluation of a 4-day history of non-progressive left pelvic limb lameness

Localize: Uncoordinated Corgi

12 yr FS Pembroke Welsh Corgi is presented for evaluation of pelvic limb weakness & incoordination

Localize: Abnormal HL gait

9-year-old castrated male Flat Coated Retriever is brought in for evaluation of a 1-year history of slowly progressive abnormal hind limb gait, difficulty rising, difficulty going up stairs and jumping onto furniture, and pain

NADX: Abnormal head shape

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6-year-old MC Lab/Great Dane mix is presented for evaluation of an abnormal head shape

Localize: Lab with chronic ataxia

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8 1/2 yr MC Lab is brought in for evaluation following a 4-month history of weakness/incoordination

Localize: Droopy faced Cocker

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A 7 1/2 year castrated male Cocker Spaniel was diagnosed 6 months earlier at another local referral veterinary hospital with right-sided facial paralysis and peripheral vestibular disease.

Localize: Down Miniature Schnauzer

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

Localize: Weak Cocker

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7-year-old spayed female Cocker Spaniel is brought in for evaluation following an acute onset of pelvic limb weakness 2 days earlier.

Localize: Paraparetic Pug

12-year-old spayed female Pug is brought in with a 6-month history of progressive pelvic limb weakness and incoordination

Localize: LFL lame Bull Mastiff

8 1/2 year castrated male Bull Mastiff presented with a 4-6 week history of left thoracic limb lameness