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Rocky Mountain Veterinary Neurologist, Best Animal Vet Neurologist, Steve Lane

Rocky Mountain Veterinary Neurology
3550 South Inca Street
Englewood, CO 80110

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October 9, 2014 Featured Patients0

This long tongue belongs to Panda! No, not the actual Panda Bear, but this super soft boy looks very much like one! Panda is a 7-year-old Collie mix, who has a 2-year history of non-painful gaiting changes… getting clumsy, and not being able to climb onto the couch being primary complaints. He originally came to see us June 10th. Panda then had an MRI with us on June 12th, to where Panda was diagnosed with an Intramedullary Cervical Myelopathy, and a mild narrowing at C4,C5 (Stenosis). Panda was put on a Dexamethasone trial, and he came to visit us today for a recheck! Although its slightly disappointing that Panda is not a real Panda bear (’cause that would be SOOO cool!), we still love seeing him, as his huge long tongue gives us all wonderful face washes. 🙂



October 8, 2014 Featured Patients0
Meet Bambi, our newest patient who transferred to us yesterday morning after presenting to the emergency department unable to walk. It’s not uncommon for our patients to present not walking, but when they weigh over 200 pounds it’s kind of a big deal! Bambi is going to have an MRI this morning and luckily for our early morning technicians, she is able to walk now!


October 8, 2014 Featured Patients0
Hoss is a 10.5 year old St. Bernard mix who presented on an emergent basis yesterday for neck pain and right front leg lameness. He was referred to Dr. Lane for a definitive diagnosis. Hoss underwent an MRI study of his neck and shoulder this morning. The source of pain was determined to be his shoulder. Within hours of receiving a steroid injection into his shoulder joint, Hoss was already putting more weight on his shoulder and is much more comfortable. He’s spending the night for pain management, just to ensure he’s comfortable before going home tomorrow.
Seriously, could that face be any cuter?


October 7, 2014 Featured Patients0
This brown-eyed beauty is Greta. Greta presented to Central Veterinary Emergency on January 6th with a recent history of lethargy, inactivity, and dullness, as well as decreased vision. CVES recommended a neuro consult, which was performed by Dr. Lane. Greta had an MRI and CSF tap on Wednesday. Dr. Lane diagnosed Left Frontal Encephalitis. She is being treated with an anti-seizure medication, a steroid and antacid, and a Cytabarine CRI (constant rate infusion). This is a lose dose chemotherapy agent that also treats inflammatory diseases. We put a very small amount of the drug into a fluid bag and Greta will receive two 12 hour treatments over a 36 hour period. She looks forward to her Mom coming in to visit.


October 5, 2014 Featured Patients0
Skittles has experienced progressive visual dysfunction and behavior change. Skittles parents have pushed for the best for their family member. After undergoing MRI of the brain and cerebrospinal fluid analysis, Skittles is undergoing aggressive immunotherapy for inflammation of the brain and visual nerves. As you can see, we are ready to start chasing the squirrels again…. now that we can see them.

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September 23, 2014 Featured Patients0

Freedom Rescue saved Trooper, this 5 month old Retriever mix, from a home in Missouri where he was not being properly cared for. He arrived in Colorado very thin, with a wound on the side of his face and pneumonia. He was being treated at Deer Creek Animal Hospital immediately upon arrival to Denver, and was starting to feel better when he started to have seizures. Trooper was transferred to Dr. Lane’s care on Tuesday and aggressive seizure management started to get the seizures under control. He underwent an MRI of his brain and a spinal fluid assessment on Thursday, and Dr. Lane diagnosed him with encephalitis (inflammation of the brain). This morning Trooper enjoyed his breakfast, as you can tell by the leftovers on his nose! He is being fed multiple times each day now, which we think may be a new experience for him.


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