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Articles by Randall C. Longshore, DVM, DACVIM

Randall C. Longshore, DVM, DACVIM


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Neurologic syndromes: localizing a lesion (Proceedings)
November 1, 2009

When a veterinarian is presented with a patient with symptoms of difficulty walking, altered mentation, weakness, collapse or other movement disorders several potential causes must be considered.

Cervical disorders of small breed dogs (Proceedings)
November 1, 2009

Disease processes of the cervical spinal cord and vertebral column and the pain and paresis produced by these disorders are a common cause of presentation to the veterinarian.

The neurologic examination for the busy small animal veterinarian (Proceedings)
November 1, 2009

A complete neurologic examination is an essential component of the physical examination for patients with suspected neurologic disorders, but is sometimes not performed because of the time constraints of a busy practice.

Cervical disorders of large breed dogs (Proceedings)
November 1, 2009

Disease processes of the cervical spinal cord and vertebral column and the pain and paresis produced by these disorders are a common cause of presentation to the veterinarian.

Based upon the gait, where's the lesion? (Proceedings)
November 1, 2009

Observation of gait is an important component of the neurological examination but often is under utilized when assessing patients with gait abnormalities, lameness, or changes in posture.

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