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Prevalence and clinical correlations of olfactory recess dilatation in magnetic resonance imaging studies of the feline brain

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Mcgregor, Ombeline 
Williams, Tim 

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The ability to differentiate clinical ventriculomegaly from incidental ventricular enlargement remains a challenge in veterinary radiology. Dilatation of one or both olfactory lobe recesses is occasionally seen on MRI of the brain in otherwise normal cats. The purpose of this study was therefore to determine the prevalence of this finding within a population of neurologically normal and neurologically abnormal cats, and to investigate associations with signalment, clinical and neurological examination findings and MRI features

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Veterinary Radiology and Ultrasound

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1058-8183

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Wiley
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