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Unilateral medial patellar luxation was diagnosed in 10, and bilateral medial patellar luxation in six, large and giant-breed dogs (22 stifles). Lameness occurred in five dogs after trauma or surgery, and 11 dogs had no known predisposing history. The mean age at presentation was 25 months, and the ...
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Allogeneic tooth transplantation was evaluated as a functional and aesthetic treatment for dental fracture in the dog. Of 7 dogs that received tooth transplants, 5 were research animals and 2 were clinical patients. Canine teeth were transplanted immediately after extraction in the research dogs. En...
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Seven dogs with torn cruciate ligament were used to evaluate the "over-the-top" repair procedure, using instantaneous center of rotation (ICR). Normal and cruciate-torn stifles of dogs were radiographed before surgery, using an image intensifier videotape system. The injured stifle was rer...
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The type I double connecting bar configuration of external skeletal fixation was used to stabilize clinical long bone fractures in 10 dogs. The technique for applying the device is presented. Fracture healing occurred in eight instances, and good to excellent clinical limb function occurred in seven...
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Polycaprolactone (PCL), a synthetic polyester, was investigated as an interpositional material to delay bone healing following partial ulnar ostectomies in dogs. Bone healing did not occur in 6 of 10 ostectomy sites 8 to 24 weeks following surgery in which a PCL cap was placed over the proximal cut ...
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Mechanical attributes and techniques of applying the type I biplanar (quadrilateral) configuration of external skeletal fixation are reported. The apparatus was used clinically on 9 dogs and 1 cat with long bone fractures. Bony union occurred in these animals, but was slightly delayed in one. Return...