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Objectives - (1) To compare short-term outcome of juvenile pubic symphysiodesis (JPS) in puppies aged 12-17 weeks with lax hips (group JPS1), in puppies aged 18-22 weeks (group JPS2), and control (group C) puppies; and (2) to document outcome of bilateral pectineus myotomy (PM) associated with JPS...

Author(s)
Bernardé, A.
Publisher
Blackwell Publishing, Boston, USA
Citation
Veterinary Surgery, 2010, 39, 2, pp 158-164
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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
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Tenotomy on the pectineal muscle tendon of insertion at 4, 8, or 12 weeks of age did not pevent hip dysplasia in potentially affected dogs.

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Cardinet, G. H., III; Guffy, M. M.; Wallace, L. J.
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Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1974, 164, No.6, pp 591-598
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Clinical studies were carried out on abnormality of the pectineus muscle in small breeds of dogs, in particular with respect to the indications for partial pectinectomy. Patellar luxation was noted in 76% of small-sized dogs showing abnormality of the pectineus muscle, suggesting a relationship...

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Kuwajima, I.
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Bulletin of Azabu University, Veterinary Medicine, 1983, 4, 1, pp 27-36
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Bue, M. del; Bertoni, G.
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Atti del Convegno Nazionale Societa Italiana delle Scienze Veterinarie, 1981, 34, pp 209
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Bowen, J. M.; Lewis, R. E.; Kneller, S. K.; Wilson, R. C.; Arnold, R. A.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1972, 161, No.8, pp 899-904
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The control and treatment of hip dysplasia are discussed. The possible failure of simple phenotypic selection as a method of control is mentioned and the value of the utilization of dogs selected radiographically as a basis for eradication is questioned. An alternative scheme involving the progeny...

Author(s)
Quinlan, T. J.
Citation
New Zealand Veterinary Journal, 1975, 23, 9, pp 185-188
Abstract

In a retrospective survey of 63 dogs of various breeds that had been treated surgically between 1972 and 1987 for hip dysplasia or arthrosis by myotomy of the pectineus muscle, a significant improvement was achieved in 47 (75%) cases. The technique is described and is considered preferable to...

Author(s)
Hellsing, M.
Citation
Svensk Veterinärtidning, 1988, 40, 11, pp 551-555
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Author(s)
Riser, W. H.; Newton, C. D.
Publisher
Lea & Febiger., Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Pathophysiology in small animal surgery, 1981, pp 618-624
Abstract

The medical records from 95 cases of coxofemoral luxation in dogs and cats were reviewed. Unilateral craniodorsal luxation was most common, (78% of dogs, 72.7% of cats). Traffic accidents were the most frequent cause (59%). Treatment was closed (manual) or open (surgical) reduction. The failure...

Author(s)
Basher, A. W. P.; Walter, M. C.; Newton, C. D.
Citation
Veterinary Surgery, 1986, 15, 5, pp 356-362

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