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High-field magnetic resonance imaging findings in a young dog with septic arthritis of the shoulder joint
This case report illustrates the value of magnetic resonance imaging in the diagnosis of musculoskeletal pathology.
Feline non-erosive immune-mediated polyarthritis: a multicentre, retrospective study of 20 cases (2009–2020)
Multimodal immunosuppression was often required.
Observational study of the clinical value of the canine osteoarthritis staging tool
Overall, the two evaluation systems exhibited strong agreement.
Identification of canine osteoarthritis using an owner-reported questionnaire and treatment monitoring using functional mobility tests
More osteoarthritis cases were identified in study dogs than previous prevalence estimates.
Moving Beyond the Limits of Detection: The Past, the Present, and the Future of Diagnostic Imaging in Canine Osteoarthritis
In this article we give a speculative view on future innovations which may provide for earlier identification.
Sulfasalazine Resolves Joint Stiffness in a Rabbit Model of Arthrofibrosis
The results provide proof-of-concept that established joint stiffness can be resolved non-surgically
The effectiveness of marine based fatty acid compound (PCSO-524) and firocoxib in the treatment of canine osteoarthritis
The marine-based fatty-acid compound PCSO-524 has been proposed as an adjunctive treatment for canine OA.
Correlation between synovial fluid cytokine concentrations and limb function in normal dogs and in dogs with lameness from spontaneous osteoarthritis
This information will help guide future studies to elucidate how factors such as disease chronicity, severity, and etiology affect these relationships.
Unfocused shockwaves for osteoinduction in bone substitutes in rat cortical bone defects
Hydroxyapatite and titanium bone substitutes favour from shockwave treatment, whereas tricalcium phosphate does not.
Anti-Inflammatory Effect of Carprofen Is Enhanced by Avocado/Soybean Unsaponifiables, Glucosamine and Chondroitin Sulfate Combination in Chondrocyte Microcarrier Spinner Culture
Our results suggest that the combination of low-dose NSAIDs like carprofen with [ASU+GLU+CS] could offer a safe, effective management for joint pain.
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