- Webinar recorded on Sat 21st January, 2017
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The goals of the neurological examination are to detect the presence of a neurologic disease and to determine the location of the lesion within the nervous system. The neurologic examination should be performed in a systematic manner in order to assure that the animal’s neurologic status is completely evaluated. The parts of a customary neurologic examination include evaluation of the head (mentation and cranial nerves), gait, limbs (postural reactions and spinal reflexes) and pain/nociception (normal and abnormal pain responses).