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Cerebellar Ataxia Hungarian Vizslas.

General

Disease Name
Cerebellar Ataxia Hungarian Vizslas.
Mutation
unknown
Test Type
Genetic Disease/Disorder
Details
This form of Cerebellar Ataxia is progressive, causing uncoordinated movements and head tremors, with no known effective treatment. Age of onset reported as 2-3 months, and considered aggressive. Affected animals are often euthanized on welfare grounds.
Details 2
This form of Cerebellar Ataxia is progressive, causing uncoordinated movements and head tremors, with no known effective treatment. Age of onset reported as 2-3 months, and considered aggressive. Affected animals are often euthanized on welfare grounds.
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