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Articles by Linda Shell, DVM, DACVIM

Linda Shell, DVM, DACVIM

Primary epilepsy: what it is and isn't (Proceedings)
October 1, 2008

A seizure is the outward manifestation of a paroxysmal cerebral disorder resulting from a transitory disturbance of brain function.

The shakyyyyy......doogggg... (Proceedings)
October 1, 2008

Tremors in people are classified/described in many different ways: neuroanatomical location, rate, amplitude, rhythmicity, relationship to rest and movement, posture, performance of specific tasks, medical and family history.

Cranial nerve disorders (Proceedings)
October 1, 2008

The cavernous sinus is a venous structure that lies on the floor of the skull and encircles the pituitary.

Oddball neurologic disorders: cats (Proceedings)
October 1, 2008

Ventroflexion of neck is not really a specific disease but a clinical sign that has several different etiologies.

Cranial nerve testing (Proceedings)
October 1, 2008

The neurological examination is the most important tool for localizing vestibular signs to either the peripheral or central areas.

Oddball neurologic disorders: dogs (Proceedings)
October 1, 2008

Canine Epileptoid Cramping Syndrome (Spike's disease) is a poorly characterized problem in Border Terriers that may be a metabolic, neurological or muscle disorder.

Controlling primary epilepsy (Proceedings)
October 1, 2008

If your overall goal of anticonvulsant therapy is to eliminate all seizure activity, there is a good chance you'll fail.


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