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  1. Angelillo
    Angelillo says:

    Bilateral pre-chiasmal lesions (e.g., both occipital lobes)?? wouldn’t it be “postchiasmatic”?
    and otherthing, propioception, isn’t it a bit slow, specially moving towards the left with front legs
    Very nice video, otherwise…

    • neuropetvet
      neuropetvet says:

      Thanks for pointing that out! Yes, it should have been post-chiasmal…a major drawback to this website being a solo endeavor is that I can’t afford to pay for an editor! I’ve already corrected the post above. As for the postural reactions, the video shows slight asymmetry, but they weren’t asymmetric enough in person for me to call it “real.” One of the techs was performing the postural reactions while I videotaped. When I did the postural reactions, they were normal and symmetrical.

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