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Medical records of 38 horses <1 year of age and diagnosed as having a fracture of the femoral diaphysis, metaphysis or distal physis were evaluated. 26 foals had fractures of the femoral diaphysis or metaphysis with the most common fracture configuration being comminuted. 12 foals had distal physeal fractures with the most common fracture ...

Author(s)
Hance, S. R.; Bramlage, L. R.; Schneider, R. K.; Embertson, R. M.
Citation
Equine Veterinary Journal, 1992, 24, 5, pp 357-363
Abstract

Long bone fractures in foals are common and in many cases are amenable to current fixation techniques. The goals of management are first and foremost, appropriate first aid in the field to protect the bone and soft tissues from further trauma. An envelope of intact skin overlying the fracture is a...

Author(s)
Watkins, J. P.
Publisher
Elsevier Inc., Philadelphia, USA
Citation
Clinical Techniques in Equine Practice, 2006, 5, 4, pp 296-308
Abstract

Femoral neck and proximal epiphyseal lengths were measured in 37 femurs from 19 dead foals that were 1 day to 12 months old to determine the applicability of a human interfragmentary compression system to equine femoral capital physeal fractures. Because components of the implant system are...

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Hunt, D. A.; Snyder, J. R.; Morgan, J. P.; Stover, S. M.; Pool, R. R.; Pascoe, J. R.
Citation
Veterinary Surgery, 1990, 19, 2, pp 107-116
Abstract

The medical records of 25 horses 1 year of age or younger affected with femoral head and neck fractures during an 18 year period were reviewed. Each fracture involved the capital physis. The foals were 11 days to 12 months of age (mean, 5 months). No femoral capital physeal fractures occurred in ...

Author(s)
Hunt, D. A.; Snyder, J. R.; Morgan, J. P.; Pascoe, J. R.
Citation
Veterinary Surgery, 1990, 19, 1, pp 41-49
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Author(s)
Smyth, G. B.; Taylor, E. G.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1992, 201, 6, pp 895-898
Abstract

Femoral head ostectomy was performed in 6 horses, 3 ponies, and 4 cattle for treatment of fractures of the femoral capital physis, coxofemoral luxation, fractured acetabulum, or severe degenerative joint disease. The procedures were performed via a cranial approach that did not involve osteotomy of ...

Author(s)
Squire, K. R. E.; Fessler, J. F.; Toombs, J. P.; Sickle, D. C. van; Blevins, W. E.
Citation
Veterinary Surgery, 1991, 20, 6, pp 453-458
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Author(s)
Rötting, A. K.; Worster, A. A.; Lillich, J. D.
Publisher
Equine Veterinary Journal Ltd, Newmarket, UK
Citation
Equine Veterinary Education, 2005, 17, 2, pp 97-100
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Author(s)
Wagner, P. C.; Watrous, B. J.
Citation
Ippologia, 1992, 3, 1, pp 43-47
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Author(s)
Embertson, R. M.; Bramlage, L. R.; Gabel, A. A.; Herring, D. S.
Citation
Veterinary Surgery, 1985, 14, 1, pp 53
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Cover for proximal limb disorders in cattle - bones and joints

The following are disorders of bones and joints of the proximal limb of cattle. The proximal limb is that part of the limb nearest the body of the...

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