Localize: Weak Miniature Schnauzer

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  1. Pavel Karataev
    Pavel Karataev says:

    Hello! Great case!
    one question – if it is FCE – why dog had progression of clinical signs on the morning of the appointment (as FCE is non-progressive disease)?

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    • neuropetvet
      neuropetvet says:

      With FCE, clinical signs can progress for up to 24 hours (rarely 48 hours) as the full extent of the spinal cord injury becomes apparent. Any progression after 24 hours makes me think of other disorders. Thanks for the question!

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