Hip

Authors: David L Dycus, David Levine, Barbara Esteve Ratsch, Denis J Marcellin-Little

Hip dysplasia is one of the most common orthopedic conditions affecting dogs.

Initially, laxity of the femur leads to subluxation, and subluxation can lead to an abnormal development or to progressive degeneration of the femoral head and dorsal acetabular rim.

Osteoarthritis and its clinical impact progress over time. Changes to the femoral head and neck and the acetabulum and the impact on joint motion and pain vary widely among dogs.

Category: Dysplasia - Hip
Authors: Koen Willemsen et al.

The concept of a novel patient-specific 3D-printed shelf implant should be evaluated in a relevant large animal model with hip dysplasia. Therefore, three dogs with radiographic bilateral hip dysplasia and a positive subluxation test underwent unilateral acetabular augmentation with a 3D-printed dog-specific titanium implant. The contralateral side served as control.

Category: Hip
Authors: G Hybki, M Robbins, T Kwan

Case history: Medical records of a single private practice (Illinois, USA) were retrospectively reviewed to identify dogs (n = 24) that had an open hip reduction with a transarticular suture stabilisation technique after presenting with a traumatic coxofemoral luxation between April 2003 and December 2018.

Category: Hip
Authors: Lauren P Kane, James L Cook, Kate E Archibald, W Kirk Suedmeyer, Jennifer N Langan, Michael J Adkesson
Category: Hip
Authors: Catrina J Silveira, W Brian Saunders

Objective: To describe the surgical technique and report the long-term outcome of greater trochanteric osteotomy (GTO) as a component of cementless total hip replacement (THR) in dogs with severe medialization of the greater trochanter or chronic craniodorsal hip luxation.

Study design: Short case series.

Animals: Four dogs treated with five THRs.

Authors: Masataka Enomoto, Elizabeth A Baines, Simon C Roe, Denis J Marcellin-Little, B Duncan X Lascelles

Background: This study aimed to define the rate of progression of radiographic osteoarthritis (OA) of the canine hip joint and to describe factors affecting this progression.

Category: Hip - Osteoarthritis
Authors: Sarah K Israel, William D Liska

Objective: To report outcomes of cementless collared stem total hip replacement (THR) with proximal femoral periprosthetic cerclage application in dogs.

Study design: Retrospective case series.

Animals: Client-owned dogs (n = 150) with THR (n = 184).

Category: Hip
Authors: Massimo Petazzoni, Roberto Tamburro

Objective: To report the short-term outcome of double pelvic osteotomy (DPO) in dogs with canine hip dysplasia ≥10 months of age.

Study design: Case series.

Animals or sample population: Eleven hips in eight dogs aged between 10 to 28 months.

Authors: Kenneth J Brand, Brian S Beale, Caleb C Hudson

Objective: To assess the accuracy of a proportion-corrected radiographic cementless femoral stem level calculation in a cadaver model.

Study design: Cadaveric study.

Sample population: Twelve cadaveric canine femurs.

Category: Hip