SEIZURES are the one of the most common presentations in the neurological feline patient and can be a daunting prospect for the veterinary clinician. The list of possible differential diagnoses is huge and demands a careful and systematic diagnostic approach. This article steers the practitioner through the work-up and provides guidance on the provision and monitoring of antiepileptic drug therapy in cats.
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