This report aims to describe implant characteristics and procedure for implantation, and comment on and report the clinical outcomes in small dogs and cats using the new Zurich mini cementless total hip system.
Zurich Mini Cementless Total Hip Arthroplasty in 42 Small Breed Dogs and 8 Cats: Surgical Technique and Outcomes
Quantitative assessment of hip morphology to enhance the identification of hip dysplasia in German Shepherd Dogs
Objective: To develop quantitative measures that, when combined with the Fédération Cynologique Internationale (FCI) score, would potentially enhance the accuracy of the scoring process.
Animals: 153 client-owned purebred German Shepherd Dogs with normal and near normal (71 dogs) and dysplastic coxofemoral joint (82 dogs).
Complications and Long-Term Outcomes After Prosthetic Capsule Replacement in 15 Dogs with Traumatic Hip Luxation
Complications and long-term clinical outcomes for 15 dogs surgically treated for traumatic craniodorsal hip luxation by prosthetic capsule replacement (PCR) with a prosthetic ligament were retrospectively reviewed.
A PCR technique with capsulorrhaphy was performed in all dogs using acetabular screws with washers and a femoral tunnel as anchor points for the polyester prosthetic ligament. A non-weight-bearing sling was not placed. Minimum 1 yr follow-up period was required for study inclusion.
Development and validation of a device to measure the force applied to the coxofemoral joint during stress radiography for early diagnosis of canine hip dysplasia
Hip dysplasia is a common orthopaedic condition in dogs and stress radiography is the best diagnostic tool for early diagnosis.
Objectives: Two-dimensional measurements of acetabular geometry are widely used for the assessment of acetabular component orientation following total hip replacement (THR). With the increasing availability of computed tomography scans, there is an opportunity to develop three-dimensional (3D) planning to improve surgical accuracy. The aim of this study was to validate a 3D workflow for measuring angles of lateral opening (ALO) and version, and to establish reference values for dogs.
Minimally invasive repair of acetabular fractures in dogs: Ex vivo feasibility study and case report
Objective: To describe and evaluate minimally invasive repair of acetabular fractures in dogs using plates contoured to 3D-printed hemipelvic models.
Study design: Ex vivo feasibility study and case report.
Sample population: Adult canine cadavers (n = 5); 8 year old male neutered Chihuahua.
Category: Fracture Fixation and Implants - Hip
Preclosure povidone-iodine lavage in total hip replacement surgery: Infection outcomes and cost–benefit analysis
Objective: To report the outcomes and cost-benefit analysis of preclosure povidone-iodine lavage (PrePIL) used to reduce the risk of infection following total hip replacement (THR) surgery.
Study design: Retrospective study.
Animals: One thousand six hundred ninety-nine dogs, 17 cats.
Ex vivo postimplantation biomechanical properties of a press-fit cementless femoral stem with transfixation pin for canine total hip replacement
Objective: To compare ex vivo postimplantation biomechanical characteristics of 3 implants for canine total hip replacement: a cementless press-fit femoral stem with a pin in the femoral neck (p-pfFS), a press-fit cementless femoral stem without this pin (pfFS), and a cemented femoral stem (cFS).
Sample: 18 cadaveric femurs from 9 dogs.
Validation of a biomechanical testing protocol of craniodorsal hip luxation in feline cadavers and comparison of two ultra-high molecular weight polyethylene materials used for extra-articular hip stabilisation
Objectives: The aim of our study was to describe a biomechanical testing protocol to reproduce ex vivo craniodorsal hip luxation specific to the feline model, and evaluate the biomechanical properties of an intact hip joint compared with the fixation strength of two different techniques of extra-articular hip stabilisation.
Category: Hip - Luxation/Subluxation