Traumatic brain injury (TBI) occurs in up to 25 per cent of dogs following severe blunt head trauma and can result in post-traumatic epilepsy. Therefore, after TBI, a clinical assessment for other systemic injuries and a neurological evaluation are critical and frequent reassessment is required. This article gives an update on the imaging techniques that are currently available for assessing TBIs and describes a progressive tiered system for determining treatment.
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