Veterinarian Bill Culp at the University of California at Davis, partnered with UC-Davis veterinary neurosurgeon Beverly Sturges and UC-Davis Health physicians Brian Dahlin and Paul Dong to embolize an intracranial arteriovenous malformation in a German shepherd's brain. The 6-year-old dog, named Crash, had been showing signs of severe headaches, and the team used fluoroscopic angiography to guide catheters through Crash's arteries and deliver an occluding agent to the AVM.
Veterinarians partner with physicians to treat dog's brain condition
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