The foundational clinical neurological examination forms the basis for diagnosing neurological problems in our patients. To do this, different postural and stationary reactions, as well as reflexes, are tested. This occurs with awake patients, not under anaesthesia.
With the correct analysis of the neurological results, the disease can be localised and thus associated with a particular part of the nervous system. In neurological disorders, this is crucial to advance diagnostically and therapeutically.
In some cases, further tests are necessary such as a lumbar puncture or a computer tomography, which must be carried out under anaesthesia.
Neurosurgical procedures on the spine, for example surgery for herniated discs are conducted frequently in our clinic.
Electro-diagnostic hearing tests (AEP tests) have also been available for many years. These are required for some breeds before being permitted to breed.
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