General questions about tests and procedures for diagnosing canine epilepsy. Please note that we cannot make a diagnosis or interpret specific test results via this forum - please consult your veterinarian for specific advice for your individual pet.
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In addition to the information on this site (see the "Basics" section written by Dr. Dennis O'Brien, and the "Research" information by Dr. Patterson and Dr. Johnson), on the "Links" page there are additional resources. Your question has also made us consider putting together a comprehensive bibliography page to post on the site. This will take some time to compile, but check back in the future!