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Inflammatory CNS disease Owner Factsheet

diseases affecting the brain can be some of the most frightening for pet owners. Animals with brain disease may show sudden, dramatic signs and become very poorly extremely quickly. In other cases the signs are more vague and it may be some time before your vet gets to the bottom of the problem. Disease affecting the brain are not limited to brain tumours and include conditions affecting the blood supply (stroke), causing inflammation (meningitis or encephalitis), trauma or malformation of the brain. Many of these diseases can be treated (or at least managed successfully) to give your pet a good quality of life, so it is very important that conditions are investigated and an accurate diagnosis made so that the best treatment can be given.

What is inflammatory CNS disease?

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What causes inflammatory CNS disease?

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How would I know if my pet has an inflammatory CNS disease?

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How will my vet know that my pet has an inflammatory CNS disease?

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How can inflammatory CNS disease be treated?

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Will my pet get better?

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