PMID: 7992476Aug 20, 1994Paper

Ataxia due to a vertebral haemangiosarcoma in a horse

The Veterinary Record
M J Newton-ClarkeT J Divers

Abstract

A haemangiosarcoma in a horse resulted in ataxia affecting all four legs, a low head carriage and a reluctance to flex the neck. Ancillary diagnostic procedures included the analysis of cerebrospinal fluid, standing lateral cervical radiographs and a myelogram. Post mortem a tumour was found which involved the body of the second cervical vertebra and the associated hypaxial muscles, with secondary intravertebral extradural infiltration and focal compressive myelopathy. A histological examination showed that the tumour was a haemangiosarcoma.

Citations

Apr 3, 2004·Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine·Jérôme Van BiervlietThomas J Divers
Aug 27, 2003·Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound : the Official Journal of the American College of Veterinary Radiology and the International Veterinary Radiology Association·Katherine Cole MacGillivrayPerry L Habecker
Mar 16, 2005·New Zealand Veterinary Journal·T J ParkinsonM G Collett
Jun 17, 2020·Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association·Kate L Hepworth-WarrenDavid M Wong
Dec 12, 2020·Veterinary Pathology·Jacqueline MarrBrian A Summers

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