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Developing a ‘bedside’ test for cervical neck pain in Cavalier King Charles spaniels with syringomyelia
  1. Heather Williams,
  2. Jo Murrell and
  3. Nicolas Granger
  1. School of Veterinary Sciences, University of Bristol, Langford House, Langford, Somerset BS40 5DU, e-mail: nicolas.granger@bristol.ac.uk

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WE have started a one-year research project, funded by Dogs Trust, attempting to quantify cervical neuropathic pain associated with syringomyelia in Cavalier King Charles spaniels (CKCS), in collaboration with the Royal Veterinary College, London (Holger Volk and Ludovic Pelligand). We would be grateful if colleagues could contact us if they are presented with CKCS with suspected or confirmed syringomyelia, based on a recent or pending spinal cord MRI diagnosis. In addition, we are assessing dogs of any breed with inflammatory neck pain due to steroid responsive meningitis (in dogs up to two years old, presented with pyrexia and neck pain and found to have an …

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