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    Post Discospondylitis in the dog

    Discospondylitis in the dog
    Discospondylitis (DS) is the most frequent presentation of
    vertebral infection. When the vertebral body is involved, the term
    spondylitis or vertebral osteomyelitis is preferred. The pathogens
    frequently isolated are bacteria fungal causes are most unusual.
    Middle-aged, large, and very large breeds of dog are particularly
    affected, although any animal is potentially at risk. Males are
    affected more frequently than females. The high (C6C7) cervical,
    mid (T5T6) thoracic, thoracolumbar, and lumbosacral regions are
    most commonly involved (14).
    The clinical approach to animals presenting with a vertebral
    infection includes not only the general and neurologic evaluation of
    the patient but also an investigation of the microbial pathogen
    responsible for the condition. Treatment and prognosis depend on
    the severity of the clinical signs and the pathogen involved.

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