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Symptomatic Narcolepsy/Cataplexy in a Dog with Brainstem Meningoencephalitis of Unknown Origin

Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association

Jan 22, 2020

Lorenzo Mari, Anita Shea

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A 4 yr old, intact female cocker spaniel was presented for investigation of acute, progressive lethargy/hypersomnia; vestibular signs; and cataplexy. A narcolepsy-cataplexy episode with associated hypertension and bradycardia was triggered during examination. There was no evidence of ar...read more

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging
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Prednisolone
Hematology (Discipline)
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Rostral Segment of Medulla Oblongata
Follow-up
Medical Examination
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Symptomatic Narcolepsy/Cataplexy in a Dog with Brainstem Meningoencephalitis of Unknown Origin

Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association

Jan 22, 2020

Lorenzo Mari, Anita Shea

PMID: 31961221

DOI: 10.5326/jaaha-ms-6892

Abstract

A 4 yr old, intact female cocker spaniel was presented for investigation of acute, progressive lethargy/hypersomnia; vestibular signs; and cataplexy. A narcolepsy-cataplexy episode with associated hypertension and bradycardia was triggered during examination. There was no evidence of ar...read more

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Electrocardiography
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Cerebrospinal Fluid
Prednisolone
Hematology (Discipline)
Cocker Spaniel
Chest
Rostral Segment of Medulla Oblongata
Follow-up
Medical Examination

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