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Tendon and Ligament Injuries
Novel crescentic, medial-closing, medially translating, centre-of-rotation-of-angulation-based, levelling osteotomy for lateral compartment stifle disease with partial cranial cruciate ligament tear in two dogs
mcmtCBLO reduced or eliminated short- and long-term lameness in these two cases.
Synthesis of surgeon and rehabilitation therapist treatment methods of bicipital tenosynovitis in dogs allows development of an initial consensus therapeutic protocol
Such guidelines can be considered to direct therapeutic strategies for this common condition.
TTA-Rapid for treating the canine cruciate deficient stifle: Medium to long-term outcome and analysis of risk factors
No risk factors were identified to suggest any limitations to its use.
Superficial Digital Flexor Tendon Contracture in a Dog with Gastrocnemius Tendon Avulsion
Avulsion of the gastrocnemius component of the Achilles tendon is a well-documented condition in dogs.
Avulsion of the lateral origin of the gastrocnemius muscle mimicking cranial cruciate ligament deficiency in a dog
The stabilisation by a spiked washer and screw can yield an excellent outcome for return to function.
Determining predictive metabolomic biomarkers of meniscal injury in dogs with cranial cruciate ligament rupture
We identified an increase in nuclear magnetic resonance mobile lipids in the synovial fluid of dogs with meniscal injury.
Objective comparison of a sit to stand test to the walk test for the identification of unilateral lameness caused by cranial cruciate ligament disease in dogs
The sit to stand test did not accurately identify all dogs with lameness associated with CCLR.
Cranial tibial translation measurements for radiographic diagnosis of cranial cruciate ligament rupture in dogs
DPOI ratio values above 1.18 were consistently indicative of CCL rupture.
Biomechanical evaluation of three adjunctive methods of orthopedic tension band-wire fixation to augment simulated patella tendon repairs in dogs
Combined suprapatellar and transpatellar TBWF may offer a viable surgical option.
Complications and Long-Term Outcomes after Combined TPLO and TTT for Treatment of Concurrent CCL Rupture and Grade III or IV Medial Patellar Luxation
Owners should be warned of the potential need for implant removal.
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