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Plantar ligament rupture and proximal intertarsal luxation is a typical finding in obese, middle aged and unfit collie-breed dogs. Proximal intertarsal arthrodesis is an effective method of treatment. External coaptation may be needed for several weeks post operatively. We describe a case where a...

Author(s)
Joutsen, T.; Vapaavuori, O.
Publisher
Suomen Eläinlääkäriliitto, Helsinki, Finland
Citation
Suomen Eläinlääkärilehti, 2015, 121, 2, pp 63-69
AbstractFull Text

Background: Trauma to the canine foot may result in injury to soft tissue or bone or both. Foot injury often results in fractures and joint instability because of disruption to carpal or tarsal ligaments. Several fixation methods have been described for stabilizing tarsometatarsal arthrodesis. The...

Author(s)
Ferrigno, C. R. A.; Ferraz, V. C. de M.; Cunha, O. da; Macedo, A. S.; Dal-Bó, Í. dos S.; Mariani, T. C.; Nina, M. I. D.; Yamauchi, K. C. I.
Publisher
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Faculdade de Veterinária, Porto Alegre, Brazil
Citation
Acta Scientiae Veterinariae, 2013, 41, Suppl. 1, pp 17
Abstract

AIM: To report the long-term outcome (return to work and owner satisfaction) for working farm dogs in New Zealand after partial tarsal arthrodesis for proximal intertarsal and/or tarsometatarsal tarsal joint injury. METHODS: Working farm dogs that underwent partial tarsal arthrodesis were...

Author(s)
Scrimgeour, A. B.; Bruce, W. J.; Bridges, J. P.; Walsh, V. P.; Worth, A. J.
Publisher
New Zealand Veterinary Association, Wellington, New Zealand
Citation
New Zealand Veterinary Journal, 2012, 60, 1, pp 50-55
Abstract

Objective - To report unilateral correction and initial stabilization with external skeletal fixation (ESF) of metatarsal rotation in 4 immature Bernese Mountain Dogs. Study Design - Case series. Animals - Bernese Mountain Dogs (n=4). Methods - The limb deformity, including degree and origin of the ...

Author(s)
Petazzoni, M.; Piras, A.; Jaeger, G. H.; Marioni, C.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Boston, USA
Citation
Veterinary Surgery, 2009, 38, 4, pp 506-514
Abstract

Objective: To compare complication rates and the outcomes of these complications after lateral plate fixation with figure-of-eight tension-band-wire and pin or lag screw fixation for arthrodesis of the calcaneo-quartal joint, following non-traumatic disruption of the plantar tarsal ligament in ...

Author(s)
Barnes, D. C.; Knudsen, C. S.; Gosling, M.; McKee, M.; Whitelock, R. G.; Arthurs, G. I.; Ness, M. G.; Radke, H.; Langley-Hobbs, S. J.
Publisher
Schattauer GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology, 2013, 26, 6, pp 445-452
Abstract

Dorsal intertarsal and tarsometatarsal instabilities are considered to be uncommon in dogs and only a few cases have been reported in cats. Treatment usually consists at partial arthrodesis. Internal splinting of the affected joints represents an alternative surgical method, with the goal of...

Author(s)
Voss, K.; Keller, M.; Montavon, P. M.
Publisher
Schattauer GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology, 2004, 17, 3, pp 125-130
Abstract

Tarsal instability was determined in a 6-year-old, male Kangal breed dog in Turkey. In the clinical examination, decrease in range of motion, crepitation and a firm swelling around the joint, and in radiological examination, intertarsal instability, tarsometatarsal luxation, periarticular and...

Author(s)
Kaya, Ü.; Yardımcı, C.
Publisher
Ankara Üniversitesi, Veteriner Fakültesi Dekanlığ, Ankara, Turkey
Citation
Ankara Üniversitesi Veteriner Fakültesi Dergisi, 2006, 53, 3, pp 201-203
Abstract

Proximal intertarsal or tarsometatarsal arthrodesis was performed in four dogs using either 2.0/2.7-mm or 2.7/3.5-mm hybrid dynamic compression plates. Mean radiographic follow-up time was 30.5 weeks (range, 15 to 60 weeks). Mean owner follow-up time was 40.5 weeks (range, 27 to 60 weeks). All...

Author(s)
Fettig, A. A.; McCarthy, R. J.; Kowaleski, M. P.
Publisher
American Animal Hospital Association, Denver, USA
Citation
Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association, 2002, 38, 4, pp 364-369
Abstract

Three greyhounds with mild pelvic limb lameness after racing are presented at the Nantwich Veterinary Hospital, Cheshire, UK. A stumble and somersault were observed in two cases and were thought to have caused the injury. Previous reports advocate partial intertarsal arthrodesis as the preferred...

Author(s)
Guilliard, M. J.
Publisher
British Veterinary Association, London, UK
Citation
Journal of Small Animal Practice, 2003, 44, 9, pp 415-417
Abstract

This report describes the use of circular external skeletal fixator (CESF) constructs for the stabilization of unilateral tarsometatarsal arthrodeses in three dogs with traumatic intertarsal or tarsometatarsal fracture/luxation injuries. The application of the CESF was performed following a limited ...

Author(s)
Halling, K. B.; Lewis, D. D.; Jones, R. W.; Hill, R. C.; Anderson, G. M.
Publisher
Schattauer GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology, 2004, 17, 4, pp 204-209

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