What’s your neurolocalization?

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

NADX? Ataxic Boxer

This week’s neurolocalization case is a 9-year-old castrated male Boxer that was referred for evaluation of right pelvic limb weakness and ataxia.

NADX? Degenerative Myelopathy?

This week’s neurolocalization case is an 11-year-old castrated male Golden Retriever that was referred for possible Degenerative Myelopathy.

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.

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.

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.

NADX? Ataxic Yorkie

This week's case is a 7-year-old castrated male Yorkie with sudden onset and progressive weakness/incoordination in the pelvic limbs. Watch the video above and localize the lesion.

NADX? Paraplegic Dachshund

This week's case is a 4 1/2 yr FS Dachshund that was presented to the ER Department for evaluation for inability to walk. The dog had been nonambulatory for about one week. Watch the video and localize the lesion. Also, based on the video, what is the prognosis for this patient?

Lab mix with generalized lymphoma

This week's case is a 7 1/2 yr FS Lab Mix that was under treatment for stage IV lymphoma by a local veterinary oncology group. She became progressively paraparetic over the three days prior to admission.

Acutely weak cat

This week's case is an indoor/outdoor, 6-year-old, castrated male domestic shorthair cat that was presented for evaluation following a sudden onset of weakness and incoordination.

LHL lameness in Miniature Schnauzer

An 11-year-old castrated male Miniature Schnauzer was referred for presumptive IVDD following a sudden onset and progressive left pelvic limb lameness several days prior to admission.

Circling cat

This week's case is a 4 yr MC DSH that was presented for an acute onset of circling. Watch the video above and localize the lesion.

Nonambulatory Golden

This week's case is a 7yr FS Golden that had a sudden onset, rapidly progressive pelvic limb weakness three days prior to admission. Watch the video and localize the lesion.