by Jan C. Wohlsein and Andrea Tipold

Steroid-responsive meningitis-arteritis (SRMA) occurs as an immune-mediated, inflammatory, and non-infectious disorder of juvenile and young-adult dogs. In principle, SRMA is divided into two clinical courses: during the typical acute form, dogs are presented with fever, cervical hyperaesthesia, and reluctance to move. Read the whole article as a PDF.