Partial carpal arthrodesis in a calf with chronic ...
|Title||Partial carpal arthrodesis in a calf with chronic infectious arthritis of the carpus and osteomyelitis of the carpal and metacarpal bones|
|Author(s)||Christopher B. Riley, C. S. Farrow|
|Journal||The Canadian Veterinary Journal. La Revue Veterinaire Canadienne|
|Abstract||A calf was treated for chronic infectious arthritis and osteomyelitis of the carpus and metacarpus by carpal bone excision, debridement, and cancellous bone graft placement in the metacarpal medullary cavity. Following 6 weeks of limb immobilization, carpal-metacarpal arthrodesis was achieved. The heifer is pain free, and has produced 3 calves.|
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