72 (4) 295-298

Title: 
LUMBAL ATYPICAL MENINGIOMA IN A DOG
Author(s): 
H. De Bosschere, K. Vermeersch, M. Tshamala, B. Van De Velde, Y. Hoybergs, L. Van Ham, R. Ducatelle
Abstract: 

A 7-year-old Jack Russell Terrier was presented with a history of inability to jump, inability to wag its tail and pain in the back for the past 8 months. Myelography revealed an intradural lumbar mass, which was histologically determined to be an atypical meningioma. The most frequent topography of this neoplasm is intracranial.

Full text: 
pp 295-298
Case report(s)