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Cerebral Dysfunction; Friesian Stabyhoun

Breeds

Relevance Rating: Moderate evidence for test being meaningful in this breed

General

Disease Name
Cerebral Dysfunction; Friesian Stabyhoun
Mutation
unpublished
Test Type
Genetic Disease/Disorder
Details
Cerebral Dysfunction is a neurological inherited disorder affecting the Stabyhoun breed, characterised by compulsive behaviour such as repetitive movements, excessive urges to move, difficulty eating resulting in emaciation. Age of onset around 6 weeks of age. Affected dogs die or are euthenised within few months.
Details 2
Cerebral Dysfunction is a neurological inherited disorder affecting the Stabyhoun breed, characterised by compulsive behaviour such as repetitive movements, excessive urges to move, difficulty eating resulting in emaciation. Age of onset around 6 weeks of age. Affected dogs die or are euthenised within few months.
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No test/mutation publication information.
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