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Objective - To validate use of stress MRI for evaluation of stifle joints of dogs with an intact or deficient cranial cruciate ligament (CrCL). Sample - 10 cadaveric stifle joints from 10 dogs. Procedures - A custom-made limb-holding device and a pulley system linked to a paw plate were used to...

Author(s)
Tremolada, G.; Winter, M. D.; Kim, S. E.; Spreng, D.; Pozzi, A.
Publisher
American Veterinary Medical Association, Schaumburg, USA
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 2014, 75, 1, pp 41-47
Abstract

Canine cranial cruciate ligament rupture (CCLR) is the most common cause of pelvic limb lameness in dogs. CCLR results in palpable stifle instability secondary to cranial translation of the tibial relative to the femur, and it can be diagnosed during the orthopedic exam using the cranial drawer ...

Author(s)
Troy, J. R.; Bergh, M. S.
Publisher
Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges, Washington, USA
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Medical Education, 2015, 42, 2, pp 127-132
Abstract

The aim of the study was to describe the long term outcomes of the modified extracapsular TightRope (TR) technique in the treatment of the cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) disease in eight dogs (10 joints) with a body weight ranging from 4 kg to 28 kg. The animals were submitted to specific...

Author(s)
Abreu, T. G. M.; Muzzi, L. A. L.; Camassa, J. A. A.; Kawamoto, F. Y. K.; Rios, P. B. S.
Publisher
Colégio Brasileiro de Patologia Animal, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Citation
Pesquisa Veterinária Brasileira, 2018, 38, 8, pp 1631-1637
AbstractFull Text

Background: Cranial cruciate ligament (CCL) rupture is the most common orthopedic pathology in dog and in men. In human, optical computer-assisted technique is considered as a repeatable and reliable method for the biomechanical assessment of joint kinematics and laxity in case of CCL surgery. Aim: ...

Author(s)
Signorelli, C.; Cinti, F.; Zaffagnini, S.; Pisoni, L.; Lopomo, N. F.
Publisher
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Tripoli, Tripoli, Libya
Citation
Open Veterinary Journal, 2020, 10, 1, pp 86-93
AbstractFull Text

Cranial cruciate ligament rupture is the major cause of lameness and degenerative joint disease in the canine stifle. The cause of this disease is multifactorial, especially involving degenerative and inflammatory changes. Many techniques have been described for the management of this condition,...

Author(s)
Marques, D. R. C.; Ibañez, J. F.; Monteiro, J. F.; Hespanha, A. C. V.; Eggert, M.; Becker, A.; Freitas, I. B.
Publisher
Universidade Estadual de Londrina, Londrina, Brazil
Citation
Semina: Ciências Agrárias (Londrina), 2017, 38, 1, pp 321-326
AbstractFull Text

The purpose of this work was to describe three mini-invasive techniques for extraarticular stabilization of the deficient stifle based of bone anchores inserted in quasi-isometric sites. Suture stabilization of the stifle consisted of placing a monofilament nylon leader line or polyethylene suture...

Author(s)
Igna, C.; Bumb, D.; Schuszler, L.; Dascalu, R.; Predescu, V.
Publisher
University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
Citation
Bulletin of University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine Cluj-Napoca. Veterinary Medicine, 2019, 76, 2, pp 162-169
Abstract

Objective: To estimate specificity, sensitivity, positive predictive value and negative predictive value of tests and signs used for the diagnosis of cranial cruciate ligament failure in dogs. Methods: One stifle in each of 42 dogs was examined: 25 "affected" and 17 "control" dogs. All dogs were...

Author(s)
Carobbi, B.; Ness, M. G.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, UK
Citation
Journal of Small Animal Practice, 2009, 50, 5, pp 224-226
Abstract

Background: The presence of cranial tibial subluxation can aid in the detection of joint instability as a result of CrCL injury. Detection of cranial tibial subluxation has been described using the tibial compression test (TCT) and cranial drawer test (CDT); however, diagnosis of CrCL insufficiency ...

Author(s)
Castaneda, K. A.; Hudson, C. C.; Beale, B. S.
Publisher
BioMed Central Ltd, London, UK
Citation
BMC Veterinary Research, 2018, 14, 270, pp (3 September 2018)
Abstract

Objective: The objective is to study the correlations between physical examination and stifle radiography findings and severity of arthroscopic cranial cruciate ligament (CrCL) fibre damage in dogs with cruciate rupture (CR). Design: Design Prospective clinical study. Methods: Twenty-nine...

Author(s)
Ashour, A. E.; Hoffman, C. L.; Muir, P.
Publisher
Wiley, Melbourne, Australia
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 2019, 97, 12, pp 490-498
Abstract

The purpose of this study was to describe and assess the feasibility of a new intra-articular approach in the treatment of cranial cruciate ligament deficiency in dogs using an artificial ligament and a new bone-anchor system. Twelve canine cadavers weighting 26 to 45 kg were used in this ex-vivo...

Author(s)
Omini, L.; Martin, S.; Tambella, A. M.
Publisher
Japanese Society of Veterinary Science, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Medical Science, 2018, 80, 4, pp 583-589

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