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Case summary: A 12-week-old, male, domestic shorthair cat was presented with severe left thoracic limb lameness. Investigation included physical examination, diagnostic imaging with radiography and CT, histopathology and microbiological culture. Physical examination revealed a large, firm mass on...

Author(s)
Viskjer, S.; Rapp, M.
Publisher
Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA
Citation
Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery Open Reports, 2016, 2, 2, pp 2055116916668199
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Scapular luxation observed in small animals is caused by trauma-induced due to rupture of the muscles which connect the scapula to the thoracic wall (m. serratus ventralis, m. trapezius and m. rhomboideus) and as a result, dorsal dislocation of the scapula occurs. This rare type of luxation is more ...

Author(s)
Çağatay, S.; Sağlam, M.; Pİllİ, M.
Publisher
Kardelen Ofset Matbaacılık Tanıtım Hizmetleri San. Tic. Ltd. Ști., Ankara, Turkey
Citation
Veteriner Hekimler Derneği Dergisi, 2018, 89, 1, pp 92-96
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Dorsal luxation of the scapula is a rare orthopedic disorder caused by traumatic rupture of the muscles supporting the scapula. The presented case consisted of an adult cat in which luxation of the scapula had occurred due to trauma. During clinical examination, dorsal displacement of the scapula...

Author(s)
Özsoy, S.; Güzel, Ö.
Publisher
TÜBİTAK, Ankara, Turkey
Citation
Turkish Journal of Veterinary & Animal Sciences, 2013, 37, 5, pp 618-620
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High-quality radiographs of the scapula, shoulder joint, and humerus are required to accurately assess trauma or lameness localized to the proximal thoracic limb. This article will review creating high-quality radiographs of the proximal thoracic limb; specifically the scapula, shoulder joint, and...

Author(s)
Mauragis, D.; Berry, C. R.
Publisher
VetMed Communications, Glen Mills, USA
Citation
Today's Veterinary Practice, 2012, 2, 3, pp 46-51
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Case Description - An 18-month-old spayed female domestic shorthair cat was evaluated because of left thoracic limb lameness. Clinical Findings - A firm mass was palpable in the left scapular region. On the basis of clinical signs; results of radiographic, ultrasonographic, and cytologic...

Author(s)
Benamou, J.; Lussier, B.; Alexander, K.; Gains, M. J.; Savard, C.
Publisher
American Veterinary Medical Association, Schaumburg, USA
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 2012, 240, 1, pp 69-74
Abstract

The normal radiographic anatomy of the healthy hedgehog can help to identify anatomic features unique to the hedgehog while comparing it with other small mammals, such as the dog and cat. Radiographic examination is a method that can play an important role in the diagnosis of a wide variety of...

Author(s)
Hashemi, M.; Javadi, S.; Hadian, M.; Pourreza, B.; Behfar, M.
Publisher
American Association of Zoo Veterinarians, Lawrence, USA
Citation
Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, 2009, 40, 1, pp 1-7
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Case summary: An 11-year old neutered female domestic shorthair cat presented for investigation of a large, partially ulcerated skin mass in the area of the left scapula. The cat had been vaccinated 6 weeks previously in the same area. Haematology showed a marked neutrophilia and monocytosis....

Author(s)
Salgüero, R.; Demetriou, J.; Constantino-Casas, F.; Herrtage, M.
Publisher
Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA
Citation
Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery Open Reports, 2015, 1, 2, pp 2055116915593968
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Hemimelia is a rare congenital anomaly, characterized by the absence of a part or the whole distal segment of a body member. It is usually unilateral and is classified according to the affected bone segments. In the transverse terminal hemimelia, there is the absence of the whole distal part of a...

Author(s)
Moreira, T. de A.; Medeiros, F. J. da S.; Costa, M. C. da; Modesto, T. C.; Serra, T. L.; Tsuruta, S. A.
Publisher
Universidade Federal Rural do Semi-Árido (UFERSA), Mossoro, Brazil
Citation
Acta Veterinaria Brasilica, 2016, 10, 4, pp 368-372
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A case of osteosarcoma in a 17-month-old male cat, having an atypical presentation, was described [Spain, date not given]. Clinical examination showed that the animal had an antalgic posture. Subsequently, by palpation, the mass showed a series of high consistency in the following locations:...

Author(s)
Cuesta Gerveno, J. M.; Bigeriego Alcón, C.; Galapero Arroyo, J.; García González, A.; Mora Alonso, E.; Sánchez Gándara, A.; Gázquez Ortiz, A.; Gómez Gordo, L.
Publisher
ASIS Veterinaria s.l., Zaragoza, Spain
Citation
Argos - Informativo Veterinario, 2011, No.130, pp 56, 58
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This book contains information on the management of bone fractures in dogs and cats. The 27 chapters discuss perioperative pain management, the application of implants, fracture healing, fractures of the different bones (mandible, maxilla, spine, scapula, pelvis, sacroiliac joint, ilium,...

Author(s)
Johnson, A. L.; Houlton, J. E. F.; Vannini, R.
Publisher
Georg Thieme Verlag, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
AO principles of fracture management in the dog and cat, 2005, pp i-xix + 529 pp.

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