migrate through spinal cord and brain, number 1 cause of multifocal, asymmetric neurologic disease in horses (LMN)
equine protozoal myeloencephalitis
organophosphate killing of heel fly larvae after they have reached the spinal cord resulting in spinal cord dysfunction. occurs in winter
thiamine deficiency (B1)
number 1 bacterial infection of the brain stem associated with silage feeding.
decreased calcium associated with parturition resulting in a downer cow (LMN)
number 1 inorganic poisoning resulting in CNS and gastrointestinal clinical signs
induced ascending symmetrical flaccid paralysis due to tick
clostridium botulinum bacteria cause a rapidly fatal motor paralysis
from deep puncture wounds producing a neurotoxin that results in a sawhorse stance and UMN symptoms
toga virus transmitted mosquito resulting in CNS dysfunctional signs, sleeping sickness
neonatal maladjustment syndrome
virus causing progressive fatal neurological disease.