Localize: Circling Corgi


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  1. loulou1
    loulou1 says:

    Thank you for sharing. Very interesting, indeed. As the old Shakespeare said: All is well that ends well. Here is my question: However, if this corgy had a mass/tumor in the one side of the brain on the left side of the prosencephalon and the ischemic stroke/infarct all together can this rise the intracranial pressure and the outcome will be entirely different, and even more detrimental?

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