Luxation/Subluxation

Authors: Akari Sasaki, Muneki Honnami, Manabu Mochizuki

Objective To describe the surgical reduction of luxation of the triceps brachii tendon in a dog.

Animal One 2.5‐year‐old 2.58 kg castrated male toy poodle.

Study design Clinical case report.

Authors: Yukari Nagahiro, Sawako Murakami, Keiji Kamijo, Masakazu Shimada, Nobuo Kanno, Shuji Suzuki, Yasuji Harada, Yasushi Hara

Objective: The aim of this study was to describe a new surgical method of segmental femoral ostectomy for the reconstruction of the femoropatellar joint (FPJ) in dogs with medial patellar luxation (MPL) grade IV.

Authors: Williams H, Calvo , Gaines A, Kalff S, Sajik D, Kulendra NJ, Meeson RL, Parsons K, Farrell M, Kulendra ER

OBJECTIVES: To describe reduction techniques and clinical outcome in a series of traumatic elbow luxations in cats.

Authors: Verpaalen VD, Lewis DD, Porter EG

Case summary: A 1-year-old spayed female domestic shorthair cat presented for evaluation of a non-weight bearing right pelvic limb lameness after falling from a 4 m height. On orthopedic examination there was substantial swelling and pain on manipulation of the right pes. Radiographs were obtained under sedation, and these revealed dorsoproximal luxations of the third, fourth and fifth metatarsophalangeal joints, and lateral rotation of the second digit.

Authors: Trostel CT, Fox DB

Coxofemoral luxation is the most common type of joint luxation observed clinically in dogs.

This retrospective study determines the complications and outcomes of open reduction and internal fixation of coxofemoral luxations using a toggle rod stabilization in 58 dogs. The purpose of the study was to compare the results with previous studies to ascertain commonalities and differences.

Authors: Hamilton L, Farrell M, Mielke B, Solano M, Silva S, Calvo I.

OBJECTIVES: To determine the risk of lameness and the rate of subsequent medial patellar luxation surgery in dogs that present with occult Grade II medial patellar luxation.

Authors: Couper E, De Decker S

OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study was to evaluate outcomes and prognostic factors for cats with sacrocaudal luxation.

Authors: Livet V, Taroni M, Ferrand FX, Carozzo C, Viguier E, Cachon T.

Proximal tibial deformities or patellar luxation may occur concurrently with cranial cruciate ligament rupture.

The objective of this study was to describe the management of those conditions with a modified triple tibial osteotomy (TTO) in nine dogs. Medical records of dogs who underwent a modified TTO were reviewed.

Authors: Rossanese M, German AJ, Comerford E, Pettitt R, Tomlinson A, de Vicente F.

OBJECTIVE: The main aim of this study was to describe complications in dogs weighing < 20 kg treated for medial patellar luxation and to determine risk factors associated with these complications.

Authors: Gunstra AL, Steurer JA, Dixon BC, Siebert RL.

OBJECTIVE: To describe prosthetic ligament placement for reduction and stabilization of medial or dorsomedial tarsometatarsal joint luxation in dogs and cats and to report complications and postoperative outcomes for patients that underwent that procedure.