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The use of lateral arthroscopy portals for the management of a fragmented lateral coronoid process in an English Bulldog
Abrasion arthroplasty may form an effective treatment option for lateral coronoid disease in dogs.
Evaluation of a small-bore needle arthroscope for diagnosis and treatment of medial coronoid disease in dogs: a pilot study with short-term assessment
NA is a feasible technique for diagnosis and lesion assessment in dogs.
Treatment of Medial Shoulder Joint Instability by Stabilization with an Arthroscopically Guided Prosthetic Ligament: A Cadaveric Feasibility Study in Dogs
Arthroscopically guided ligamentoplasty is efficient to restore acutely shoulder abduction angle.
Arthroscopic Caudal Cruciate Ligament Damage in Canine Stifles with Cranial Cruciate Ligament Disease
Synovitis is likely a contributor to CdCL injury.
Needle arthroscopy for exploration of the elbow joint: a case series of six dogs with preliminary cadaveric study
Needle arthroscopy is an appropriate technique for diagnosis and assessment of lesions of developmental elbow disease
Effects of shoulder distraction on canine shoulder arthroscopy
The use of a shoulder distraction device might improve the outcomes of shoulder arthroscopy.
Correlation of distraction index with arthroscopic findings in juvenile dogs with hip dysplasia
Arthroscopic evaluation of the coxofemoral joint prior to DPO can allow detection of joint pathology that might not be appreciated by using traditional radiographic screening criteria.
Evaluation of a self-retaining distractor for hip joint arthroscopy in toy breed dogs
The device significantly improved the surgeon's performance without surgical assistance.
Ex vivo cadaveric study of a laterally placed Leipzig stifle distractor for arthroscopic evaluation of the lateral meniscus in dogs
A laterally placed LSD improves arthroscopic evaluation and treatment of this pathology.
A prospective, randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled clinical study on postoperative antibiotherapy in 150 arthroscopy-assisted TPLO in dogs
These results should prompt surgeons to reconsider systematic antibiotherapy after TPLO and justify additional studies to determine whether dogs predisposed to infection could benefit from such an approach.
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