Comparative Neuropathology

Comparative Neuropathology

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Comparative Neuropathology focuses on documented accounts of neurologic diseases and congenital defects in animals. The book first offers information on neuropathology, neuroanatomy, and cerebrospinal fluid (CSF). The domesticated animals that have CSF include horses, dogs, pigs, cats, rabbits, and cattle. The text then elaborates on neurologic diseases of apes and monkeys. Discussions focus on confluent leucoencephalosis and perivascular myelosis, encephalopathies and dysenteric syndromes, meningitis, epilepsies, tuberculosis, cerebellar atrophy and experimental manganese poisoning, and choreic syndrome in baboons with corticostriate encephalitis. The publication examines the diseases of the skeletal muscle and hypophysis, including general reactions of muscles to injuries, congenital defects, muscular dystrophies, changes in muscle associated with specific diseases, and tumor. The manuscript also takes a look at inherited diseases and congenital anomalies, protozoan and bacterial infections, and demyelinating or myelinoclastic diseases. The text is a dependable reference for readers interested in comparative neuropathology.REFERENCES CHAPTER XV Encephalomalacia and Myelomalacia - - - - -. weeks old started to drag their hind ... See also HURST, E. W., Acute hemorrhagic leucoencephalitis; a previously undefined entity. Med. jour. Australia 28: 1a€“6, 1941.

Title:Comparative Neuropathology
Author:J. R. M. Innes, L. Z. Saunders
Publisher:Elsevier - 2013-10-22


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