This issue of JVIM has standard articles on wireless EEG, clinicopathologic and MRI features of FIP, and the relationship of brachycephaly in Persian cats with hydrocephalus.

This issue of JVIM has neurologic articles on myoclonus and myotonia (previously reviewed), paroxysmal dyskinesia, hereditary ataxia, cerebral microbleeds, and intranasal midazolam.

Neurologic article reviews on this issue of JVIM will be divided into two posts. This first post is solely on the Lowrie and Garosi article on myoclonus and myotonia.

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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.

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

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

This group of tiny reviews covers spinal epidural empyema, disk herniation recurrence after laser disk ablation, reflex epilepsy, rectal zonisamide, and bladder expression in paraplegic dogs.


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Tiny Reviews: JVIM Sept/Oct 2017

This issue of JVIM has standard articles on wireless EEG, clinicopathologic and MRI features of FIP, and the relationship of brachycephaly in Persian cats with hydrocephalus.

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Tiny Reviews: JVIM July/August 2017

This issue of JVIM has neurologic articles on myoclonus and myotonia (previously reviewed), paroxysmal dyskinesia, hereditary ataxia, cerebral microbleeds, and intranasal midazolam.

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Not-So-Tiny Review: JVIM July/August 2017 – Myoclonus and Myotonia

Neurologic article reviews on this issue of JVIM will be divided into two posts. This first post is solely on the Lowrie and Garosi article on myoclonus and myotonia.

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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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