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Abstract

The Veterinary Orthopaedic Society conference contains 52 papers. Topics covered are; comparison of vertical forces in normal dogs between the amti force platform and the tek-scan pressure walkaway; mandibular reconstruction of a partial hemimandibulectomy in a dog with severe mandibular drift and...

Publisher
Schattauer GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology, 2001, 14, 3, pp a1-a14
Abstract

This case report describes the results of bilateral elbow arthrotomy and a unilateral ulnar osteotomy in a 10-month-old dog with bilateral elbow dysplasia. Fragmented coronoid processes were removed from both joints via bilateral medial arthrotomies. On the right side an ulnar osteotomy was also...

Author(s)
Snelling, S. R.; Lavelle, R. B.
Publisher
Australian Veterinary Association, Artarmon, Australia
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 2004, 82, 5, pp 278-281
Abstract

The caudolateral region of the canine elbow is approached by cranial reflection of the lateral head of triceps and anconeus muscle, and opposing reflection of the long head of triceps. The completed approach provides optimal exposure of the caudodistal humerus, anconeal process, olecranon, medial...

Author(s)
Chalman, J. A.; Slocum, B.
Citation
Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association, 1983, 19, 5, pp 637-641
Abstract

A modification of surgical approach used by Chalman and Slocum to the elbow joint is presented and compared to lateral exposures of the anconeal process. The caudolateral approach guarantees best visual control and minimal tissue damage at the same time.

Author(s)
Böhmer, E.; Matis, U.; Waibl, H.
Citation
Tierärztliche Praxis, 1987, 15, 4, pp 425-429