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Characteristics of dogs with acute steroid-responsive meningitis-arteritis.

Characteristics of dogs with acute steroid-responsive meningitis-arteritis.

Sixty-one client-owned dogs with steroid-responsive meningitis-arteritis (SRMA) were evaluated by researchers. Breeds represented most often included the Golden Retriever (n = 12), Bernese Mountain Dog (10), Wirehaired Pointing Griffon (9), Boxer (9), and Beagle (6). No breed differences were identified with respect to clinical severity, diagnostic findings, or outcome. Twenty-nine dogs (48%) more than one episode of  relapse. There was a significant effect of cerebrospinal fluid nucleated cell count on the frequency of disease relapse, but no relationship was identified between treatment protocol and relapse.

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Clinical characteristics, breed differences, and quality of life in North American dogs with acute steroid-responsive meningitis-arteritis.

 

Sildenafil and pimobendan in four dogs with  intracardiac heartworm infections

Sildenafil and pimobendan in four dogs with intracardiac heartworm infections

Presumptive tick paralysis in two miniature horses

Presumptive tick paralysis in two miniature horses