Repair of Y-T humeral fractures with LCP allowed for hybrid fixation and monocortical screw placement in distal fracture fragments.
Results suggest that joint distraction can effectively decrease articular pressure within the canine elbow joint.
Further research is needed before intravenous mesenchymal stem cells can be recommended as a treatment for elbow osteoarthritis in dogs.
This review serves to highlight controversy between physiological types of cartilage covering described and pathological changes reported in arthroscopic studies.
The fourfold increase in the RT seen in dogs with MCD may contribute to the rotational overload proposed recently.
The high complication rate after placement of lateromedial TCS provides evidence to justify the development of alternative strategies to manage HIF.
Greater component-bone interface gaps and poorer post fit may affect component osseointegration and lead to aseptic implant loosening.
Despite the complications, overall return to subjective normal or acceptable function, as assessed by the owners, was achieved in the majority of cases.