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Influence of TPLO and tibial tuberosity advancement on passive laxity of the cranial cruciate deficient stifle in dogs
TPLO seems more effective than TTA at restoring craniocaudal stability of the stifle.
Suspected Compartment Syndrome, Consumptive Thrombocytopenia, and Anemia Secondary to a Ruptured Arterial Aneurysm or Pseudoaneurysm Following Multiple Stifle Surgeries
Postoperative CS can develop in combination with peripheral arterial aneurysm or pseudoaneurysm.
Gait and electromyographic alterations due to early onset of injury and eventual rupture of the cranial cruciate ligament in dogs: A pilot study
The qualitative analysis of trial-averaged EMG data in this small population supports a relationship between neuromuscular function and induced CCL injury leading to rupture.
Evidence of genetic contribution to patellar luxation in Toy Poodle puppies
These results suggest that PL in puppies is primarily influenced by genetics, especially in Toy Poodles.
Histologic assessment of ligament vascularity and synovitis in dogs with cranial cruciate ligament disease
Poor blood supply to the core region could be an important underlying condition for spontaneous degeneration of the CCL in at-risk dogs.
Effect of tibial rotation on the tibial plateau angle measurement in dogs: An ex vivo study
The TPA can be successfully measured with up to 30° of internal and external tibial rotation in CrCL-deficient stifles with no osteoarthritic changes.
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