This case report illustrates the value of magnetic resonance imaging in the diagnosis of musculoskeletal pathology.
The Cook grading system is reliably good in grading postoperative complications in dogs.
The use of a shoulder distraction device might improve the outcomes of shoulder arthroscopy.
Cases with comminution have a higher complication rate.
Shoulder abduction angles provide objective data that may contribute to diagnosis of medial shoulder instability in dogs.
The use of SOR implants seems viable to treat large caudocentral OCD lesions of the humeral head in dogs.