Allopregnanolone infusion induced neurobehavioural alterations in a neonatal foal: Is this a clue to the pathogenesis of neonatal maladjustment syndrome?
Article first published online: 7 FEB 2012
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Equine Veterinary Journal
Special Issue: Equine Perinatology
Volume 44, Issue Supplement s41, pages 109–112, February 2012
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MADIGAN, J. E., HAGGETT, E. F., PICKLES, K. J., CONLEY, A., STANLEY, S., MOELLER, B., TOTH, B. and ALEMAN, M. (2012), Allopregnanolone infusion induced neurobehavioural alterations in a neonatal foal: Is this a clue to the pathogenesis of neonatal maladjustment syndrome?. Equine Veterinary Journal, 44: 109–112. doi: 10.1111/j.2042-3306.2011.00504.x
- Issue published online: 7 FEB 2012
- Article first published online: 7 FEB 2012
- Received: 16.03.11; Accepted: 22.07.11
File S1: Foal prior to allopregnanolone infusion showing normal mentation and behaviour, and beginning of infusion.
File S2: Foal receiving 0.2 mg/kg bwt allopregnanolone infusion with subsequent recumbency and profound hyporesponsiveness to stimulation.
File S3: Foal following 0.2 mg/kg bwt allopregnanolone infusion showing markedly reduced response to stimulation.
File S4: Foal following 0.2 mg/kg bwt allopregnanolone infusion showing markedly reduced tone.
File S5: Foal attempting to stand and ataxic movements 15 min following 0.2 mg/kg bwt allopregnanolone infusion.
File S6: Foal suckling from dam 30 min following 0.2 mg/kg bwt allopregnanolone infusion.
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