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Persistent flexion of joint(s).
Disease caused by any one of the fungal species of the genus Aspergillus and marked by inflammatory granulomatous lesions in the skin, ear, orbit, nasal sinuses, lungs, and sometimes in the bone and nervous tissue.
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disease ; fungus ; granuloma ; inflammation ; nervous system
Difficulty breathing or impaired ventilation due to aspiration (the sucking in of food particles or fluids into the lungs); may or may not be associated with infection (secondary).
A star-shaped neuroglial cell that plays an important role in neuronal homeostasis and function.
Lack of coordination; usually due to disease of the cerebellum, sensory pathways or vestibular apparatus.
Pertaining to the atlas and the axis: the first and second cervical vertebrae, respectively.
Partial dislocation caused by instability of the first cervical vertebra (the atlas) and second cervical vertebra (the axis). The lack of stability causes compression of the spinal cord that results in pain and/or paralysis. This condition can be caused by trauma in any dog, but is more often seen as either a congenital or developmental malformation in small breeds.
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atlantoaxial ; atlas ; axis ; cervical ; congenital ; paralysis ; spinal cord ; subluxation ; trauma ; vertebra
The first cervical vertebra between the occipital bone and the axis. Along with the axis it forms the joint connecting the skull and the spine.
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axis ; cervical ; occipital bone ; spine ; vertebra
Lacking normal muscle tone or strength.
A partial or complete wasting away of a part of the body.
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