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In this case report, a nine-month-old male Azawakh dog was observed for ataxia, uncoordinated movements, and difficulties in walking and standing, intensive head tremors, trouble evacuating and eating. It was determined to have mild cerebellar hypoplasia in MR imaging and symptomatic treatment was started with glucocorticoids, vitamin B 1 , B 6 and diazepam. But these drugs had no effectiveness on the symptoms and the dog died three weeks later. In the necropsy macroscopic cerebellar reductiondoi:10.31797/vetbio.622632 fatcat:4w4omplzqvezfpxspl7qat7w7y