By Susan A. Arnold, DVM, DACVIM (neurology)
Animals that present with neurological issues can make for puzzling cases. Often, the most challenging part of managing neurologically affected patients is successfully neurolocalizing the disease. Once this essential step is achieved, there are many resources to consult regarding possible diseases for a given patient. Like any other disease process, making your way through the case information systematically and in a logical order will make the process of reaching a diagnosis much easier. The remainder of this article is focused on guiding you through managing a patient with vestibular disease, starting with confirming the vestibular dysfunction, and concluding with what steps you can take in your practice to manage a patient with vestibul...
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