This procedure had a 96.8% long-term resolution of SSI. It should be considered as a treatment option for TPLO SSI.
Further research is required to continue to evaluate the most clinically appropriate technique to repair the medial tibial crural fascia.
The aims of this article are to give the reader as thorough a summary as possible of the diagnosis, treatment, outcome and complications of traumatic stifle luxation.
This intrinsic cellular population may explain altered tissue properties prone to pathological rupture or poor healing potential of the canine CrCL.
The selected methods have high correlation and could be used as a reliable method in veterinary orthopedics.
The 3LSLS technique with size-2 ultrahigh-molecular-weight polyethylene suture was as effective at resistance to 1 - and 3-mm gap formation as the M3LP with size-0 monofilament polypropylene suture.
Setting the postoperative TPA at 6° may cause excessive rotation in patients with a normal tensile force of the stifle flexor muscles.