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Journal July 2012 (Vol 34, No 7)

NOTE: You have already passed this course.
NOTE: This course is no longer valid for accreditation purposes.

Vestibular Disease: Anatomy, Physiology, and Clinical Signs by Mark Lowrie , MA VetMB, MVM, DECVN, MRCVS

1. The peripheral components of the vestibular system
2. In a dog with vestibular disease, the characteristic head tilt results from
3. In a dog with vestibular disease, which statement describes the characteristic head tilt?
4. Which statement is true regarding pathologic jerk nystagmus in a dog with vestibular disease?
5. Which statement is true regarding physiologic jerk nystagmus?
6. Which statement is true regarding Horner syndrome?
7. Which clinical finding(s) is/are normally associated with central vestibular disease?
8. Which clinical finding(s) might characterize a dog with vestibular signs associated with ear disease?
9. Deficits of cranial nerve(s) ________ are more likely to occur in a dog with central vestibular disease.
10. Which statement is false regarding bilateral vestibular disease?
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