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Case history A 7-year-old castrated male Turkish Angora cat was referred to the Veterinary Teaching Hospital of Konkuk University (Korea) with a 3-month history of rightforelimb monoparesis. The patient showed neurological deficits in the right forelimb, except for digital deep-pain perception, and could not ambulate normally. Blood cell count, serum biochemistry, and electrolyte results were within the reference ranges. Radiography showed bony proliferation at the ventral margin and lateraldoi:10.3906/vet-1605-109 fatcat:vdtosvqc5rdgpj22tmvdea7qpm