February 2024

Abrasion arthroplasty may form an effective treatment option for lateral coronoid disease in dogs.
Increasing the angle of the induced change had a significant effect on the decreased load through the medial compartment.
Fractures that were repaired with single bone fixation had a greater chance of a better outcome.
This method represents a robust and safe option to stabilise sacral fractures in dogs and cats.
Induced radioulnar synostosis decreases antebrachial rotation by more than two-thirds.
As BLIS provides equivalent analgesia, this may allow for decreased reliance on opioids in the immediate postoperative period.
Single plate construct stiffness was significantly, incrementally, lower in four-point bending and torsion as working length was extended.
Based on this study, surgical repair is associated with a smaller TPA at skeletal maturity.