Canine syringomyelia: treatment and implications

Joanne Westwood
Tuesday, March 1, 2011

This article discusses the indications and diagnosis of canine syringomyelia, the treatment options and implications. It further addresses recommendations to reduce the prevelance of this debilitating hereditary disease often seen affecting toy breed dogs, in particular the Cavalier King Charles spaniel.

Canine syringomyelia: treatment and implications
Canine syringomyelia: treatment and implications

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