Computed tomography in experimental allergic encephalomyelitis—Preliminary results

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      Four dogs were immunized with a mixture of spinal cord homogenate and complete Freund's adjuvant. One of these dogs developed hyperacute allergic encephalomyelitis. Cranial computed tomography in this animal demonstrated a low absorption area in the internal capsule that corresponded to the pathologic lesion. Computed tomography scanning may be a useful tool in monitoring experimental allergic encephalomyelitis.


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