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Fluoroscopically-assisted closed reduction and percutaneous fixation of sacroiliac luxations in cats using 2.4 mm headless cannulated compression screws: Description, evaluation and clinical outcome
Minimally invasive reduction and fixation with headless compression screws should be considered in cats with SIL.
Early Surgical Management of Medial Patellar Luxation in Juvenile Dogs
This approach has been shown to be effective in the definitive treatment of high-grade medial patellar luxation.
The epidemiology of patellar luxation in an insured Swedish dog population
The breeds at high risk of BPL varied in size.
Trochlear Ridge Prostheses for Reshaping Femoral Trochlear Ridges in Dogs with Patellar Luxation
TRP could represent a potentially reliable alternative to trochleoplasty.
Detecting medial patellar luxation with ensemble deep convolutional neural network based on a single rear view image of the hindlimb
Our study will help diagnose MPL in clinical settings using a single rear-view hindlimb image.
Outcomes for 15 cats with bilateral sacroiliac luxation treated with transiliosacral toggle suture repair
Transiliosacral toggle suture stabilization of bilateral SILF was associated with good outcomes in cats.
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.
Complications and Long-Term Outcomes after Combined TPLO and TTT for Treatment of Concurrent CCL Rupture and Grade III or IV Medial Patellar Luxation
Owners should be warned of the potential need for implant removal.
Short-term outcomes for surgical correction of feline medial patellar luxations via semi-cylindrical recession trochleoplasty
SCRT with soft tissue reconstruction as an acceptable option for surgical correction of MPLs.
Medial patellar luxation grade IV according to the Singleton system can be classified into skeletally immature and skeletally matured types
In Singleton's classification, dogs classified as grade IV can be categorized into 2 groups.
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