Magnus. The new veterinary-specific MRI offered exclusively by our friends at AIP

Here are a few tips to improve your brain studies.

A common question we get as a veterinary neurologists is, “What anticonvulsant should I use in this cat?” Well, the answer is….”it depends”.

What do you do when presented with a dog with seizures? Here is a flow chart of our diagnostic approach.

Female English Bulldog Shaking Head

The movements of the dogs in the videos below resemble the syndrome called Idiopathic Head Tremor.

Below is a list of canine neurologic disease tests in alphabetical order by breed. Click on the disease of interest to be linked to one of the laboratories providing the test. 

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Videos are extremely helpful, especially in veterinary neurology. We highly encourage you to submit your and your clients’ videos with

Brain tumor in a 12-year-old golden retriever with seizures

Canine brain tumors are frequently encountered in veterinary medicine. 

Recent News

ACVIM Forum 2017 Neurology Pearls


Pearls from this year’s ACVIM forum include reports on pharmacokinetics of levetiracetam (Keppra), disk herniation, risk factors of meningoencephalitis of unknown origin (MUO), movement disorders, and vertebral osteosarcoma.

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Tiny Reviews: JAVMA April 1, 2017

Neurology articles in this issue of JAVMA are case reports on a spinal neurenteric cyst and spinal osteosarcoma.

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Tiny Reviews: JVIM March/April 2017

These tiny reviews cover autonomous spinal walking, degenerative myelopathy, narcolepsy due to a pituitary tumor, cranial meningocele, and myelomalacia.

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Tiny Review: JAVMA Feb 15, 2017

Anesthetic hypotension effects on neurologic outcome after hemilaminectomy

Veterinarians at Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine reported on the Effect of Anesthesia-associated Hypotension on Neurologic Outcome in Dogs

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