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Canine diseases
Canine wobbler syndrome study
  1. H. Scott⇑,
  2. N. Shihab and
  3. F. Raimondi
  1. Neurology Referral Service, Southern Counties Veterinary Specialists, Unit 6, Forest Corner Farm, Hangersley, Ringwood, Hampshire BH24 3JW
  1. e-mail: harry.scott{at}

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DISC-associated ‘wobbler syndrome’ or cervical spondylomyelopathy is a devastating disease of the cervical vertebrae and intervertebral discs, resulting in cervical canal narrowing and spinal cord compression, which leads to progressive cervical myelopathy in dogs and horses. The condition is most commonly seen in large breed …

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