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Hip dysplasia was diagnosed in 3 cats. Two were presented with a history of hindlimb lameness and the other had a history of constipation. All were confined for 2 weeks and showed considerable clinical improvement. At follow-up examination the cats were free of clinical signs despite the...

Author(s)
Patsikas, M. N.; Papazoglou, L. G.; Komninou, A.; Dessiris, A. K.; Tsimopoulos, G.
Citation
Journal of Small Animal Practice, 1998, 39, 6, pp 290-294
Abstract

Eight dogs and one cat were presented for a craniolateral dislocation of the hip, associated with a Pipkin type II femoral head fracture, and received surgical treatment. Follow-up was ensured during a period that varied from 15 days to 2 years. In three cases the head fragment was stabilised by...

Author(s)
Guillemot, A.; Fontaine, D.; Trouillet, J. L.; Autefage, A.; Asimus, E.
Publisher
Conférence nationale des vétérinaires spécialisés en petits animaux, Paris, France
Citation
Pratique Médicale & Chirurgicale de l'Animal de Compagnie, 2003, 38, 2, pp 173-179
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
Abstract

This report describes 14 dogs (mean age 6 years, mean bodyweight 25 kg) and 3 cats (mean age 9.3 years, mean bodyweight 6.7 kg) with coxofemoral luxations of one to 91 days duration (median 4 days). In 47% of the cases concomitant fractures or luxations (including 3 bilateral luxations) were...

Author(s)
Meij, B. P.; Hazewinkel, A. W.; Nap, R. C.
Citation
Journal of Small Animal Practice, 1992, 33, 7, pp 320-326