MRI features of gliomatosis cerebri in a dog. Veterinary Radiology and Ultrasound (2012)
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A 3-YEAR-OLD NEUTERED female mixed-breed dog
(weight, 33.6 kg) had a 2-month history of slowly progressive incoordination and 1-week history of swaying movements of the head. The dog was bright and alert. Intention tremors and a right-sided head tilt were present. There was severe vestibulocerebellar ataxia with a wide-based stance in the pelvic
limbs and marked truncal sway. There were also a ventral strabismus of the right eye and positional vertical nystagmus of both eyes.