Localize: Cat with acute inability to walk

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  1. loulou1
    loulou1 says:

    Is it possible to perform the surgery for caudal lesions and remove the mass? Would chemotherapy be recommended for CNS primary lymphoma? Or am I completely wrong? Thank you for posting…

    • neuropetvet
      neuropetvet says:

      Yes to both questions. Surgery can be performed for caudal lesions. Whether it is complete excision or just biopsy & debulk depends on lesion location, size, extent of involvement. Chemotherapy (and sometimes radiation therapy) is recommended for primary CNS lymphoma.

  2. Andrey
    Andrey says:

    It seems to me that both patellar reflexes are reduced, so, I’ll localise lesion L4-L5(L6), but cause the possible oedema L3-L6

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