Three distinct sequential cellular responses characterise the reaction of the adult
spinal cord and brain to injury. An acute
after wounding, in which haematogenous cells flood the lesion site. This is followed
during which macrophages clear necrotic debris, glial cell
reactions are mobilised, the clot becomes organised, and scarring is initiated. Finally,
the scar tissue contracts during a
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Diagnosis is fundamental to the appropriate treatment
and wellbeing of the equine patient. Despite
the many excellent clinical texts that are available,
few seem to explain in sufficiently precise terms
which clinicopathological tests are appropriate or
how particular techniques should be performed.
The first edition of this book was designed to provide
an illustrated practical guide to the various diagnostic
techniques employed in equine medicine. This
second edition is an update by international experts
in the field.
Stroke, a clinical diagnosis of acute, suddenonset
neurological deficit, is one of the main
causes of death and permanent disability in the
industrialized world. Pathologically the process
may be an ischaemic or a haemorrhagic event,
or both. About 85% of cerebrovascular accidents
result from ischaemia, predominantly
secondary to carotid thromboembolism.