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- Wünschmann, A., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Falco sparverius; animal pathology; brain stem; calbindin; cell movement; cerebellum; embryogenesis; etiology; falcons; fledglings; necropsy; nervous system diseases; neurons
- ... Two wild fledgling kestrels exhibited lack of motor coordination, postural reaction deficits, and abnormal propioception. At necropsy, the cerebellum and brainstem were markedly underdeveloped. Microscopically, there was Purkinje cells heterotopy, abnormal circuitry, and hypoplasia with defective foliation. Heterotopic neurons were identified as immature Purkinje cells by their size, location, imm ...
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- Boxer (dog breed); animal pathology; ataxia (disorder); brain stem; cadherins; cytoplasm; dogs; humans; immunohistochemistry; neoplasm cells; oligodendroglia; spinal cord; vimentin
- ... Two Boxer dogs developed progressive ataxia in association with a neoplastic infiltration of the spinal leptomeninges. In the first dog, the leptomeningeal neoplasm encompassed the entire cord and the ventral aspect of the brainstem and extended bilaterally into the piriform lobes. In the second, the neoplasm surrounded the C1–C3 segments of the spinal cord and the brainstem without involvement of ...