3.51-58 Cerebellar lesions

These videos show signs of cerebellar disease, characterised by a wide-based stance and ataxia (incoordination), particularly of the pelvic limbs, but with preservation of normal muscle strength. We see lambs affected with border disease virus, adult sheep with cerebellar abscess, and calves with cerebellar hypoplasia and cerebellar abscess. Finally, we see hypothalamic syndrome in sheep: basilar empyema and a pituitary tumour.

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What is the fifth word in the first paragraph from section "2.2 Examination of the Digestive System"?
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