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Traumatic physeal fractures in cats: a review of 36 cases (2010–2020)
Fracture of the distal femoral physis was the most common physeal fracture seen.
Injuries involving the central tarsal bone in nonracing dogs: Short-term outcomes and prognostic factors
Dogs with concomitant tarsal fractures are predisposed to major complications.
Subchondroplasty for the Treatment of Post-Traumatic Bone Marrow Lesions of the Medial Femoral Condyle in a Pre-Clinical Canine Model
At 1 and 2 years post-treatment, function in SCP knees was better than in Control knees with range of motion being significantly (p < 0.05) better for SCP.
The effect of limb amputation on standing weight distribution in the remaining three limbs in dogs
When determining candidacy for a limb amputation, disease of the contralateral forelimb should be thoroughly evaluated
Effects of two occlusive, hydrocolloid dressings on healing of full-thickness skin wounds in cats
Hydrocolloid dressings accelerate granulation tissue formation and could be suggested for second intention wound healing in cats
Surgical correction of traumatic lateral patellar luxation (in a heifer)
This report documents successful surgical treatment of traumatic lateral patellar luxation in a large heifer but additional case evaluation is required to provide an accurate prognosis for this condition and treatment in large cattle
Thoracic bite trauma in dogs and cats: a retrospective study of 65 cases.
A penetrating injury, more than three radiographic lesions, or both together seemed to be indicative of the need for a thoracotomy
A survey on orthopedic injuries during a marathon sled dog race
Orthopedic injuries, specifically of the shoulder and carpus, are common in marathon sled dogs and the risk may be speed-related and decreases with increasing age
Surgical management of a traumatic dislocation of the sternum in an English bulldog
The sternum was reduced and stabilised with a contoured 12-hole 3,5-mm dynamic compression plate applied to the ventral surface of the sternum.
Bilateral calcaneal stress fractures in two cats
The feline calcaneus is susceptible to stress fracture, and cats presenting with calcaneal fractures without evidence of trauma should be evaluated for concurrent skeletal pathology
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