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A canine neurological disorder

Syringomyelia

Dr. Stephen Lane, DVM, explains Syringomyelia, a painful, neurological disease in canines that also has a counterpart in humans. References and Resources Heiss, J., et al. Elucidating the pathophysiology of syringomyelia. J Neurosurg. 1999;91(4):553-562. Rusbridge, C., et al. Inheritance of...
Among children presenting to the emergency department with headache, certain clinical characteristics might help identify those with headaches that are secondary to a life-threatening condition, according to recently published findings. From our partners at VerusMed: VerusMed.com Sponsored by The...
In a recent study, diabetics who took both insulin and other medications for the disease had fewer plaques associated with Alzheimer's disease than other patients. References and Resources Schnaider Beeri M, et al. Combination of insulin with other diabetes medication is associated with lower...