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Published on November 19, 2007

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Slide1:  New tilt on an old problem. Cardinal Signs of V.D.:  Cardinal Signs of V.D. Head Tilt Nystagmus Horizontal Rotatory Vertical Positional Circling (tight) Imbalance & Incoordination Nystagmus:  Nystagmus Horizontal Fast-Phase away from head tilt Fast Phase toward head tilt Rotatory Vertical Positional Peripheral V.D. Central V.D. Vestibular Diseases:  Vestibular Diseases Vestibular Disease Idiopathic V.D. Inner Ear Disease Central V.D. 8th Nerve only 8th Nerve, 7th Nerve & Horner’s Syndrome Anything Else Idiopathic V.D.:  Idiopathic V.D. Acute Onset of Vestibular Signs Head tilt Horizontal or Rotatory nystagmus with fast-phase away from head tilt Nothing else Can Be Very Severe Idiopathic V.D.:  Idiopathic V.D. Minimum Data Base Physical Examination Neurologic Examination Only 8th nerve signs Odoscopic Examination Other tests as indicated Heartworm Check Fecal Chest and Abdominal Radiographs Idiopathic V.D.:  Idiopathic V.D. Re-check in one week Ought to be better Re-check in one month Should still be improving Re-check again if any signs persist Head tilt may be permanent Thought to be secondary to an immune act on the 8th nerve Remember each cranial nerve is antigenically distinct Can re-occur Summary of Case Management Vestibular Diseases:  Vestibular Diseases Vestibular Disease Idiopathic V.D. Inner Ear Disease Central V.D. 8th Nerve only 8th Nerve, 7th Nerve & Horner’s Syndrome Anything Else Inner Ear Disease:  Inner Ear Disease 8th Nerve Signs 7th Nerve Signs ear & lip droop lack of palpebral reflex nose turn nostril flaring Horner’s Syndrome Inner Ear Disease:  Inner Ear Disease Facial nerve dysfunction diminished ear and lip reflexes lack of palpebral reflex with inability to blink diminished tear production Horner’s Syndrome:  Horner’s Syndrome Small Animals Ptosis Myosis Enophthalmos Large Animals Facial sweating (horse) Lack of muzzle sweating (cow) Inner Ear Disease:  Inner Ear Disease Most cases are secondary to bacterial infection (otitis media & interna) extension from otitis externa pharyngitis with extension up the eustachian tube hematogenous spread Inner Ear Disease:  Inner Ear Disease Remainder are fungal infections ear polyps neoplasia Major rule: “Treat for the Treatable” Therefore, most need antibiotics! Diagnosis of Inner Ear Disease:  Diagnosis of Inner Ear Disease PE, NE, OE Schirmer’s tear test CBC UA Skull Radiographs Other (if indicated) Chest & Abdominal Radiographs Ear Culture Cardiac Exam Minimum Data Base Normal bulla radiograph Note: sharp bone edges with symmetrical appearance. Inner Ear Infection:  Inner Ear Infection Radiographic Findings Right-lateral and DV radiograph of dog with unilateral otitis interna showing sclerosis of the tympanic bulla on the right side with loss of detail in the region of the osseous petrous-temporal bone. R R L Inner Ear Infection:  Inner Ear Infection Treat with bacterio-cidal drugs which penetrate bone and blood-tissue barriers Combination therapy cephalosporins sulfa drugs Enrofloxacin Must treat 6-8 weeks Ear Polyps in Cats:  Ear Polyps in Cats Benign growth in the external ear canal which causes signs by extension. Can also be pharyngeal mass which grows into middle ear via the eusthasian tube. Ear Polyps in Cats:  Ear Polyps in Cats Treatment is surgical removal. Damage can be permanent, if pressure necrosis has destroyed the inner ear structure. Inner Ear Disease:  Inner Ear Disease Other Neoplasia neurofibromas osteosarcomas FeLV Prognosis is Poor Other Infections Fungal Prognosis Guarded to Poor Inner Ear Disease:  Inner Ear Disease Consider Advanced Imaging Techniques Bone Scan MRI Scan Consider Surgical Drainage of Bulla If owner can not afford additional tests or referral, may try changing antibiotics. Main reason for failure is not treating long enough. What if Antibiotics Fail ? I.E.D. (Special Dx- -Imaging):  I.E.D. (Special Dx- -Imaging) Bone Scan demonstrates enhanced uptake of radioisotope in region of infection. MRI Scan shows fluid levels or soft tissue proliferation. I.E.D.- -MRI Scan:  I.E.D.- -MRI Scan MRI Scan showing osseous proliferation and soft tissue density in the osseous bulla. B.A.E.R. test:  B.A.E.R. test Provides indication of the ability of the auditory portion of the 8th nerve to function and relay that information through the brainstem toward the cerebral cortex. Bilateral I.E. Disease:  Bilateral I.E. Disease No Head Tilt No Nystagmus spontaneous or physiologic Wide head excursions due to inability to fix eyes on vertical with movement. Open mouth radiograph with chronic changes in both bullas Bilateral I.E. Disease:  Bilateral I.E. Disease MRI image shows bilateral disease in middle and inner ear. May respond to aggressive antibiotic therapy. Some patients will also be deaf. Inner Ear Disease:  Inner Ear Disease Treat with antibiotics and recheck in 2 weeks if better, continue if worse, reassess Recheck in 1 month if normal, stop antibiotics if still residual problems, continue 2 more weeks Recheck at 6 months re-examine any abnormalities (such as abnormal bulla radio-graphs) If problems worsens or persists without change for 4 weeks, consider referral. Summary of Case Management Central Vestibular Disease:  Central Vestibular Disease Vestibular Diseases:  Vestibular Diseases Vestibular Disease Idiopathic V.D. Inner Ear Disease Central V.D. 8th Nerve only 8th Nerve, 7th Nerve & Horner’s Syndrome Anything Else The referral line Nystagmus:  Nystagmus Horizontal Fast-Phase away from head tilt Fast Phase toward head tilt Rotatory Vertical Positional Peripheral V.D. Central V.D. Diagnosis of C.V.D.:  Diagnosis of C.V.D. PE, NE, OE, FE NE shows weakness, postural response changes, and/or reflex changes CBC, Chemistry, UA Skull Radiographs CSF tap CSF titers BAER test Advanced Imaging CT Scan MRI Scan Bone or Brain Scan Surgical Biopsy Minimum Data Base The Referral Line Central Vestibular Disease:  Central Vestibular Disease Postural Changes CP Deficit Dysmetria Reflex Changes hyperactive reflexes crossed-extensor reflexes Babinski’s sign Conscious proprioceptive deficit may be on the same or opposite side of the lesion. Long Tract Signs Central Vestibular Disease:  Central Vestibular Disease CSF Analysis may be normal or show increased pressure, protein and/or cells. CSF Titers species specific tests many must be paired with serum titers. CSF Tap and Analysis CSF cytology form a dog exhibiting a mixed reaction with neutrophils, lymphocytes and macrophages. Central Vestibular Disease:  Central Vestibular Disease Inflammatory or Infectious Diseases canine distemper toxoplasmosis and neosporiosis fungal rickettsial GME SRME Common Causes of Diseases in Dogs Central Vestibular Disease:  Central Vestibular Disease Trauma or Vascular remember dogs don’t get atherosclerosis ! Neoplasia meningiomas choroid plexus papillomas oligodendrogliomas astrocytomas metastatic neoplasia Common Causes of Diseases in Dogs Central Vestibular Disease:  Central Vestibular Disease MRI of Brainstem Meningioma Central Vestibular Disease:  Central Vestibular Disease Primary Neoplasia Oligodendroglioma Choroid Plexus Papilloma Central Vestibular Disease:  Central Vestibular Disease Can be: peracute acute & progressive chronic In brainstem, tends to be a multifocal inflammatory disorder Responds temporarily to steroids. Granulomatous Meningoencephalitis Patient with GME presenting with vertical nystagmus, long tract signs, and circling with incoordination. Central Vestibular Disease:  Central Vestibular Disease Granulomatous Meningoencephalitis GME histologically causes multifocal meningoencephalitis due to proliferation of reticulohistiocytic cells. Lesions also show multinucleated giant cells. Central Vestibular Disease:  Neoplasia meningiomas Central Vestibular Disease Infectious Diseases FIP FeLV toxoplasmosis cryptococcosis Trauma Metabolic thiamine deficiency Toxicity organophosphates Common Causes of Diseases in Cats Central Vestibular Disease:  Central Vestibular Disease Common Causes of Diseases in Cats Don’t Forget Thiamine Deficiency !!! Brainstem hemorrhages secondary to thiamine deficiency. Central Vestibular Disease:  Central Vestibular Disease Most Common Cause is Infection of Brainstem by Listeria monocytogenes 50-75% respond to anti-biotic therapy May result from invasion of infection into blood sinuses, resulting in Basillar Empyema Common Causes of Diseases in Ruminants Central Vestibular Disease:  Central Vestibular Disease Listeriosis is common in adult cattle and goats. Culture is difficult, requires cold-enhancement. Treat with penicillins and sulfas for 2-4 weeks. Multifocal areas of hemorrhage due to Listeriosis-induced meningoencephalitis. Common Causes of Diseases in Ruminants Central Vestibular Disease:  Central Vestibular Disease In Horses…… think EPM!!!!! (Equine Protozoal Myelitis) Common Causes of Diseases in Horses Central Vestibular Disease:  Central Vestibular Disease Signs include head tilt paradoxical (head tilt is away from the lesion) If horizontal nystagmus exists, the fast-phase is toward the head tilt Also signs of dysmetria and whole body tremors (including head) Cerebellar Disorders Central Vestibular Disease:  Central Vestibular Disease The output of the cerebellum is through the activation of the Purkenjie cells. This output is inhibitory. When the cerebel-lum is damaged, the result is disinhibition of brainstem nuclei. Asymmetrical damage cause increased in motor tone on the side of the lesion, leading to the head tilting away from the damage. Paradoxical Head Tilt in Cerebellar Disorders Central Vestibular Disease:  Central Vestibular Disease Chronic distemper in dogs FIP in cats Thiamine deficiency in cats, horses, and ruminants OP intoxication in dogs and cats Lead poisoning in all animals Meningiomas in dogs and cats Causes of Cerebellar Disorders Central Vestibular Disease:  Central Vestibular Disease MRI of Cerebellar Meningioma Central Vestibular Disease:  Central Vestibular Disease Corticosteroids prednisolone @ 1 mg/kg/day in 3 divided doses for 3-7 days reduce prednisolone dose to 1/3 mg/kg twice a day find minimum daily dose and go to alternate-day therapy (over weeks) Misoprostol 3-4 µg/kg twice a day may stop when at alternate-day steroids Doxycycline 5-10 mg/kg once a day for 2 weeks Sulfadimethoxine 15 mg/kg twice a day When Referral is Not an Option. TREAT FOR THE TREATABLE !!!

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