Specializing in Canine and Feline Neurology and Neurosurgery since 1986
Collection of cell bodies located in the intervertebral foramina that transduce sensory information into neural signals and transmit these signals to the central nervous system.
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cell body ; central nervous system (CNS) ; foramen
A neuromuscular disease of Doberman Pinschers; affected dogs may alternately flex and extend both pelvic limbs in a dance-like fashion.
Inability to hear.
The change of tissue from a higher to lower, less functionally active form.
Condition where normal joints change due to "wear & tear" or injuries; may result in inflammation, pain or dysfunction.
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ataxia ; disease ; fiber ; myelin ; paresis ; spinal cord
A progressive disease of the spinal cord resulting in ataxia and paresis of the limbs; similar to multiple sclerosis in humans in that they both destroy myelin fibers in the spinal cord.
Destruction or loss of the myelin sheath surrounding axons; results in impaired nerve impulse conduction.
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Receiving portion of the neuron.
Loss of nerve supply.
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