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This study highlights clinical experiences gained from novel cases when using the transarticular pin technique for luxated hip stabilisation. A retrospective analysis was undertaken from the records of 12 dogs under 8 kg that had transarticular pinning as treatment for hip luxation, in combination...

Author(s)
McCartney, W.; McGovern, F.
Publisher
BMJ Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
Veterinary Record, 2016, 178, 15, pp 368
Abstract

The improvements in transarticular pinning technique, complications and long-term outcome in 70 dogs treated for hip luxation in Ireland [date not given] are presented. It was shown that the use of a large enough pin, pin guide and predrilling with a drill bit reduced the incidence of postoperative ...

Author(s)
McCartney, W.; Kiss, K.; McGovern, F.
Publisher
BMJ Publishing Group, London, UK
Citation
Veterinary Record, 2011, 168, 13, pp 355
AbstractFull Text

Research and our observations were followed up on a total of 19 dogs, clinical cases, of different race, gender and age, diagnosed with hip dislocation. In 18 cases dislocation was caused by traffic accidents and in one patient the injury was caused by falling. In our study, hip dislocation was...

Author(s)
Muste, M.; Papuc, I.; Lăcătuș, R.; Purdoiu, R. C.; Beteg, F.; Muste, A.
Publisher
Facultatea de Medicină Veterinară, Timișoara, Romania
Citation
Lucrari Stiintifice - Universitatea de Stiinte Agricole a Banatului Timisoara, Medicina Veterinara, 2018, 51, 2, pp 71-78
Abstract

Hip dislocation is a serious condition, most often traumatic, that occurs in dogs, of any age and can affect all breeds and it's characterized by the movement of the femoral head from the acetabular cavity. For our study we used 16 dogs of different breeds, ages, females but also males, diagnosed...

Author(s)
Muste, M. M.; Papuc, I.; Tănase, A.; Beteg, F.; Muste, A.; Hodiș, L.
Publisher
Universitatea de Științe Agricole și Medicina Veterinara "Ion Ionescu de la Brad" Iași, Iași, Romania
Citation
Lucrări Științifice - Medicină Veterinară, Universitatea de Științe Agricole și Medicină Veterinară "Ion Ionescu de la Brad" Iași, 2015, 58, 2, pp 329-333
Abstract

Transarticular pinning was used for the repair of hip dislocation in 40 dogs. The mean follow-up period was 18.4 months. Satisfactory results were achieved in 80% of the cases. Body weight, ipsilateral femoral head fracture, and hip dysplasia adversely affected long-term prognosis. The most...

Author(s)
Hunt, C. A.; Henry, W. B., Jr.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1985, 187, 8, pp 828-833
Abstract

The most commonly occurring articular dislocation in dogs is dislocation of the hip, since it represents 50 to 90% of dislocations [1]. Surgical treatment is indicated when closed reduction fails, when the dislocation is associated with fractures [2] or in the event of a previous or recurrent...

Author(s)
Méheust, P.; Bourgeron, A.; Legeard, F.
Publisher
Federation of European Companion Animal Veterinary Associations (FECAVA), Paris, France
Citation
European Journal of Companion Animal Practice, 2001, 11, 2, pp 147-156
Abstract

Author(s)
Paulo, N. M.; Tudury, E. A.; Raiser, A. G.
Citation
Revista do Centro de Ciências Rurais, 1987, 17, 1-2, pp 117-128
Abstract

Transarticular pinning provided an alternative technique in recurrent coxofemoral luxation, and in complicated cases when more conservative methods were inapplicable. Six dogs and a cat were treated.

Author(s)
Bennett, D.; Duff, S. R.
Citation
Journal of Small Animal Practice, 1980, 21, 7, pp 373-379

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