Lupa

Lupa

Lupa, a 10-year-old spayed female presented to Southeast Veterinary Neurology (SEVN) for further evaluation of difficulty walking. Initially, she was weak on her right side; however, it quickly progressed to involve all four legs. On examination, she was alert and responsive. Her cranial nerves were normal – there was no evidence of nystagmus, facial nerve…

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Baby

Baby

Baby, a 16-year-old castrated male Domestic Shorthair presented to Southeast Veterinary Neurology (SEVN) with a one-year history of ear infections. He had been treated with prednisone and ear medications and seemed to improve; however, signs would recur. He was never off balance, but just seemed dull and reluctant to jump onto the furniture and countertops.…

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Max

Max Canino Boxer Brain Tumor Pre Surgery

Max, a 10-year-old intact male Boxer, presented to Southeast Veterinary Neurology for being off balance. Max belongs to a local veterinarian who noticed that at times Max was uncoordinated. Sometimes Max would be completely normal and, at other times, he would stop suddenly and not move. He had a subtle head tilt toward the left. Max was…

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