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Epilepsy in a Persian cat



Epilepsy in a Persian cat



Pratique Vet de l' Animal de Compagnie (19): 17-18



A case is reported in a 4-year-old Persian cat that presented with a six-month history of convulsions and aggressive behaviour. Examination revealed that the epilepsy could be secondary to healing of a very localised cerebral lesion. The cat was treated with a homeopathic remedy, Opium, at a dilution of 30 CH and a dose of 5 granules daily. The dose was reduced to every other day because of excessive somnolence.

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