Localize: Lame after missed jump

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  1. jlaifer@vet.k-state.edu
    jlaifer@vet.k-state.edu says:

    ***Spoiler Alert****

    What in the video is a good indicator that the left thoracic limb has increased muscle tone? Was it the persistent shaking of the limb while testing the withdrawal reflex?

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    • neuropetvet
      neuropetvet says:

      ***Spoiler Alert****

      Thanks for your question! You’re right that it’s not super clear in the video, but the dog had increased tone as I tried to push in on the limb while testing withdrawal. When I pinch the toe webbing, if there is no response, I will push in as I’m pinching to judge the tone in the limb. I will sometimes clearly show on videos how there is increased tone by trying to push in on the palmar surface of the paw, but I didn’t in this video. Had it not been for the finding of increased tone in the LFL, I would have been thinking this was a C6-T2 myelopathy.

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