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Food Animal Neurology, An Issue of Veterinary Clinics of North America: Food Animal Practice, 1st Edition

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Kevin E. Washburn
This issue, edited by Dr. Kevin Washburn, focuses on Food Animal Neurology. Article topics include: Neurological examination of the ruminant; Diagnostics and ancillary tests of neurologic dysfunction in the ruminant; Localization of neurologic lesion ...view more
This issue, edited by Dr. Kevin Washburn, focuses on Food Animal Neurology. Article topics include: Neurological examination of the ruminant; Diagnostics and ancillary tests of neurologic dysfunction in the ruminant; Localization of neurologic lesions in ruminants; Cerebral disorders of calves; Cerebral disorders of the adult ruminant; Cerebellar disorders of ruminants; Brain stem and cranial nerve disorders of ruminants; Spinal cord and peripheral nerve abnormalities of the ruminant; and Toxicoses of the ruminant nervous system.
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This issue, edited by Dr. Kevin Washburn, focuses on Food Animal Neurology. Article topics include: Neurological examination of the ruminant; Diagnostics and ancillary tests of neurologic dysfunction in the ruminant; Localization of neurologic lesions in ruminants; Cerebral disorders of calves; Cerebral disorders of the adult ruminant; Cerebellar disorders of ruminants; Brain stem and cranial nerve disorders of ruminants; Spinal cord and peripheral nerve abnormalities of the ruminant; and Toxicoses of the ruminant nervous system.

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By Kevin E. Washburn, DVM, Large Animal Clinical Sciences Texas A&M University