Wobbler disease

What is Wobbler disease?

It is an inherited condition of the cervical spine in dogs and horses that causes weakness and "wobbly" gait. It is genetic in such types of dogs as Dobermans, Great Danes, and Basset Hounds.

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I have DDD and in 2009 I had C5-6 and C6-7 fused and now I have had an MRI done and It showes C3-4 there is a diffuse disc bulging but no focal...

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Normally cerebellum is the part of the brain responsible for the sense of balance. It is present in the brain just...

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female, 55, 5 3", 150 lbs. Anterior cervical fusion 1990 c6-7. MRI Impression: 1. Large right T1-2 disc extrusion with nerve root compression

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Thanks for your query, also to the detailed description of the condition which is very helpful to me in coming with a straight opinion.


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age: 55medical history: is a patient of meige's syndrome.my mothers MRI reports say: normal cervical lordosis is lost. Multiple osteophytic...

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The interpretation of the MRI report is as follows:
There is formation of multiple osteophytes in the spinal canal....

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