What’s your neurolocalization?

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

NADX? Wobbly/painful Lab

This week’s neurolocalization case is an 8-year-old castrated male Labrador Retriever that was presented for pain and lameness/weakness.

NADX: Back dog?

This week’s neurolocalization case is a 9-year-old spayed female Cockapoo that was referred as a “back dog.” The day before the appointment, she was was shaking / trembling, panting, and weak on the pelvic limbs.

NADX? Paraparetic Bengal

This week’s neurolocalization case is a 12-year-old spayed female Bengal cat that was presented for evaluation of pelvic limb weakness and incoordination. Two days prior to referral, she had an acute onset of yowling and inability to walk on her pelvic limbs.

NADX? Nonambulatory Labrador

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This week’s neurolocalization case is a 5-year-old castrated male Labrador Retriever with an acute onset of pelvic limb weakness the night before admission progressing to inability to walk on all four limbs the following day.

NADX? Lab "unable to walk"

This week’s neurolocalization case is an 11-year-old spayed female Labrador Retriever that was brought in to the emergency department for “inability to walk.” She was previously diagnosed with bilateral laryngeal paralysis that was confirmed via lightly-sedated laryngeal exam and was being treated medically for the condition. Click on post title/image to test your localization skills.

NADX? Ataxic & fecal incontinent cat

This week’s neurolocalization case is a 9-month-old spayed female Burmese that was referred for ataxia and fecal incontinence.

NADX? Ataxic Tonkingese

This week’s neurolocalization case is a 9-year-old spayed female Tonkingese that was referred for evaluation ataxia. Test your localization skills.

NADX? Sheltie with RFL lameness

This week’s neurolocalization case is a 6-year-old Shetland Sheepdog that was referred to the Neurology Department for evaluation of thoracic limb lameness. Click on post title to test your localization skills.

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.