What’s your neurolocalization?

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

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.

Dalmatian with abnormal gait

This week’s case is a 7-year-old spayed female Dalmatian. She had a 2-3 month history of pelvic limb weakness that was not improving with an NSAID and pain medications. Watch the case video and localize the lesion.

Lame/weak Peke

This week’s case is a 7-year-old female Pekingese. She had…

Neurologic Beagle

This week’s case is a 4-year-old MC Beagle. He had a sudden onset of coughing soon after being groomed. The RDVM diagnosed presumptive Kennel Cough and treated the dog with doxycycline. The coughing resolved, but he then developed neurological signs.

Ataxic Frenchie

This week’s case is a 6-year-old FS French Bulldog with an acute onset of ataxia. Watch the video and localize the lesion.

Greyhound w/ gluteal atrophy

This week’s case is a 5-year-old FS Greyhound that was referred for evaluation of muscle atrophy around the hind end.

Boxer with facial droop

This week’s case is a 9-year-old FS Boxer that was presented to the ER Department for evaluation of a right-sided facial droop. The dog’s gait and postural reactions were normal.

Cat with acute inability to walk

This week’s case is a 12-year-old FS DSH cat with a sudden onset of right pelvic limb weakness progressing to inability to walk on the pelvic limbs by one week. Watch the video below and localize the lesion.

Nonambulatory Golden mix

This week’s case is a 6-month-old sexually intact female Golden Retriever mix. She was presented for evaluation following an acute onset of pelvic limb weakness that had progressed to inability to walk the following morning.

RFL "monoparesis" in a cat

This week’s case is an 8 yr castrated male DSH that was presented for evaluation of an acute onset of right thoracic limb weakness/lameness.