Stifle

This updated information may guide clinicians in management decisions regarding treatment for CrCL rupture.
Fifty percent of adult dogs presenting with occult Grade II medial patellar luxation subsequently developed chronic lameness or required surgery.
This study does not provide evidence to support administration of prophylactic oral antimicrobial medications after unilateral TPLO.
Hock to stifle length may be considered by tissue banks and veterinary surgeons as a quick and cost effective screening tool for appropriate meniscal sizing in dogs.
These results may provide further understanding into extensor mechanism abnormalities associated with TPLO.
This study provides evidence to support joint exploration in the treatment of CCL disease.
In the current study, a high rate of complications was found in dogs < 20 kg undergoing medial patellar luxation surgery.