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Biomechanical evaluation of three adjunctive methods of orthopedic tension band-wire fixation to augment simulated patella tendon repairs in dogs
Combined suprapatellar and transpatellar TBWF may offer a viable surgical option.
Biomechanical Comparison of Double 2.3-mm Headless Cannulated Self-Compression Screws and Single 3.5-mm Cortical Screw in Lag Fashion in a Canine Sacroiliac Luxation Model: A Small Dog Cadaveric Study
The use of smaller double HCS may be beneficial as an alternative to the conventional single lag screw.
Biomechanical comparison of one pin versus two pin fixation in a canine tibial tuberosity avulsion fracture model
When repairing TTAF, surgeons should aim to apply two vertically aligned pins.
Comparative kinetic and kinematic evaluation of TPLO and TPLO combined with extra-articular lateral augmentation: A biomechanical study
TPLO-IB neutralizes craniocaudal and rotational instability when performing TCT, eTPT, and iTPT.
Comparison of Canine Forelimb Kinematic Joint Angles Collected with 2D and 3D Models
The 3D JCS model produced sagittal plane waveforms comparable to conventional 2D models.
The effect of surgical revascularization on the mechanical properties of cryopreserved bone allograft in a porcine tibia model
These data suggest the potential value of surgical angiogenesis in clinical limb-sparing reconstructive surgery.
Biomechanical evaluation of a 4.75-mm and a 5.5-mm bone anchor at two insertion angles using one and two strands of suture
Clinicians should consider using 2 strands in clinical cases.
Transference of reference intervals for variables of instrumented gait analysis in walking dogs
Use of the small data approach method of the CLSI was simple and efficient to perform.
Biomechanical Evaluation of an Autologous Flexor Digitorum Lateralis Graft to Augment the Surgical Repair of Gastrocnemius Tendon Laceration in a Canine Ex Vivo Model
Additional studies are required in vivo to determine the effect of FDL graft augmentation on clinical function.
Contribution of Palmar Radiocarpal and Ulnocarpal Ligaments to the Stability of the Canine Antebrachiocarpal Joint
Antebrachiocarpal joint position plays a more important role in craniocaudal antebrachiocarpal joint stability than the palmar radiocarpal and ulnocarpal ligaments.
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