HYDROCEPHALUS IN FEMALE FRENCH BULLDOG CASE PRESENTATION

Published in Scientific Works. Series C. Veterinary Medicine, Vol. LXIII, Issue 1
Written by Laura DARIE, Anca BULAI, Laura DUMITRU, Mihai CORNILĂ, Cristina FERNOAGĂ

The patient named Kim, a female French Bulldog was presented to the doctor since the age of two months. She attended a deworming and vaccination complete scheme. Over the time, she went through an episode of paraparesis which led to the diagnosis of lesions in the T3-L3 column section (resulting from RX). After a few months, neurological signs have emerged from the forebrain. After performing the clinical and neurological examination, an investigation that would exclude some conditions (differential diagnosis based on the acronym "VITAMIND"), a brain MRI was performed. The diagnosis was hydrocephalus. As a result, this case brings together two anomalies: one at the brain level and the other from the spine. Each new sign the owner described, was completed every time with clinical and neurological examination witch led to a correct neurological diagnosis. The treatment was initiated immediately and was adjusted according to patient response to one of the prescription medications (acetazolamide).

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DARIE L., BULAI A., DUMITRU L., CORNILĂ M., FERNOAGĂ C. 2017, HYDROCEPHALUS IN FEMALE FRENCH BULLDOG CASE PRESENTATION. Scientific Works. Series C. Veterinary Medicine, Vol. LXIII, Issue 1, ISSN 2065-1295, 71-75.


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