Severe spinal cord compression caused by a dorsally ...
|Title||Severe spinal cord compression caused by a dorsally angulated dens|
|Author(s)||K. Gibson, S. Ihle, P. Hogan|
|Journal||Progress in Veterinary Neurology|
|Abstract||Severe upper cervical spinal cord compression in a 3-year-old spayed Shih Tzu bitch was caused by a dorsally angulated dens. Neurological signs included quadriparesis, severe truncal flexion, ataxia and proprioceptive deficits. Myelography demonstrated spinal cord compression which was relieved by odontoidectomy and atlantoaxial fusion..|
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