Authors: Catrina J Silveira, W Brian Saunders

Objective: To describe the surgical technique and report the long-term outcome of greater trochanteric osteotomy (GTO) as a component of cementless total hip replacement (THR) in dogs with severe medialization of the greater trochanter or chronic craniodorsal hip luxation.

Study design: Short case series.

Animals: Four dogs treated with five THRs.

Authors: Masataka Enomoto, Elizabeth A Baines, Simon C Roe, Denis J Marcellin-Little, B Duncan X Lascelles

Background: This study aimed to define the rate of progression of radiographic osteoarthritis (OA) of the canine hip joint and to describe factors affecting this progression.

Category: Hip - Osteoarthritis
Authors: Sarah K Israel, William D Liska

Objective: To report outcomes of cementless collared stem total hip replacement (THR) with proximal femoral periprosthetic cerclage application in dogs.

Study design: Retrospective case series.

Animals: Client-owned dogs (n = 150) with THR (n = 184).

Category: Hip
Authors: Massimo Petazzoni, Roberto Tamburro

Objective: To report the short-term outcome of double pelvic osteotomy (DPO) in dogs with canine hip dysplasia ≥10 months of age.

Study design: Case series.

Animals or sample population: Eleven hips in eight dogs aged between 10 to 28 months.

Authors: Kenneth J Brand, Brian S Beale, Caleb C Hudson

Objective: To assess the accuracy of a proportion-corrected radiographic cementless femoral stem level calculation in a cadaver model.

Study design: Cadaveric study.

Sample population: Twelve cadaveric canine femurs.

Category: Hip
Authors: Inga Viilmann, Heide Klöppel, Elliot Wringe, Enzo Vettorato

Objective: The aim of this study was to retrospectively evaluate the success rate and perioperative complications of lumbosacral extradural anaesthesia in dogs undergoing total hip replacement.

Category: Hip
Authors: Renée Huggard, Grace Wicks, Gordon Corfield

Objective: The aim of this study was to assess the short-term clinical outcome in dogs following a hip hemi-arthroplasty for the treatment of primary pathological disorders of the hip and as a salvage procedure following failure of the cup component of a total hip replacement.

Category: Hip
Authors: Natalie Jean Worden et al.

Objective: The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of stem positioning on the biomechanical performance of a novel, collared, short-stem total hip implant under compression and torsion ex vivo.

Category: Hip
Authors: V Chantziaras, J Pink, E Kulendra, T G Easter, A Bilmont, T J Gemmill

Objective: To report ventral acetabular augmentation with an internal fixator for management of caudoventral luxation following total hip replacement in dogs and to report clinical outcomes.

Category: Hip
Authors: Koen Willemsen et al.

A solution for challenging hip dysplasia surgery could be a patient-specific 3D-printed shelf implant that is positioned extra-articular and restores the dysplastic acetabular rim to normal anatomical dimensions.

Category: Hip