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RVC Research Online is a repository of the research outputs produced by staff from the Royal Veterinary College (RVC). The aims of the repository are (i) to provide an institutional archive of RVC's research outputs, (ii) to provide access to these outputs and support open science, and (iii) to increase the reach and impact of RVC's research.



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Otitis media/interna and encephalitozoonosis are the most common causes of head tilt in pet rabbits in the UK: 73 cases (2009-2020) (2024)
Journal Article
Liatis, T., Makri, N., Czopowicz, M., Richardson, J., Nuttall, T., & Suñol, A. (2024). Otitis media/interna and encephalitozoonosis are the most common causes of head tilt in pet rabbits in the UK: 73 cases (2009-2020). Veterinary Record, https://doi.org/10.1002/vetr.4267

BackgroundThere are limited studies that identify diseases associated with head tilt in pet rabbits.MethodsThis was an observational, retrospective, single-centre study of rabbits with head tilt presented between 2009 and 2020. Descriptive statistics... Read More about Otitis media/interna and encephalitozoonosis are the most common causes of head tilt in pet rabbits in the UK: 73 cases (2009-2020).

Correlation between magnetic resonance imaging and histological lesions in a case of meningoencephalomyelitis secondary to Neospora caninum infection in a greyhound (2022)
Journal Article
Albertini, G., Stabile, F., Yaffy, D., Suaez-Bonnet, A., & Uriarte, A. (2022). Correlation between magnetic resonance imaging and histological lesions in a case of meningoencephalomyelitis secondary to Neospora caninum infection in a greyhound. Vet Record Case Reports, https://doi.org/10.1002/vrc2.440

An 11-year-old, male, neutered raw fed greyhound was presented for a 2-week history of progressive non-lateralised, non-painful ambulatory paraparesis, deteriorating acutely to non-ambulatory tetraparesis. Magnetic resonance imaging, cerebrospinal fl... Read More about Correlation between magnetic resonance imaging and histological lesions in a case of meningoencephalomyelitis secondary to Neospora caninum infection in a greyhound.

Surgical treatment of headshaking by removal of a paracondylar process fragment via modified hyovertebrotomy approach: A detailed anatomical and surgical description in an adult horse (2024)
Journal Article
Spiesshofer, P., Hawkins, A., Berner, D., Previdelli, R., & Fiske-Jackson, A. (2024). Surgical treatment of headshaking by removal of a paracondylar process fragment via modified hyovertebrotomy approach: A detailed anatomical and surgical description in an adult horse. Veterinary Surgery, https://doi.org/10.1111/vsu.14102

ObjectiveTo describe, in detail, the relevant anatomy and surgical approach to access the paracondylar process (PCP) and report its application in a clinical case of headshaking.AnimalA seven-year-old, mixed breed mare.Study designExperimental study/... Read More about Surgical treatment of headshaking by removal of a paracondylar process fragment via modified hyovertebrotomy approach: A detailed anatomical and surgical description in an adult horse.