Neurological diseases of ruminant livestock in Australia. V: congenital neurogenetic disorders of cattle



This article is corrected by:

  1. Errata: ERRATA Volume 90, Issue 1-2, 28, Article first published online: 18 January 2012



As part of a series on neurological disorders in ruminant livestock in Australia, this review focuses on the congenital neurogenic disorders of cattle. The genetic pressures that contribute to the emergence of congenital neurogenic disorders, as well as the methods of diagnosis, are discussed. Disorders reviewed are ordered by breed and include arthrogryposis multiplex, fawn calf syndrome, inherited congenital myoclonus and maple syrup urine disease.