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In the horse, diaphyseal tibial fractures are generally comminuted, spiral, and open; they are related to a high-energy accident, which makes them, in general, a catastrophic injury. The major comminution and the open component make of this fracture a real challenge when surgically repaired. For...

Author(s)
Cuevas-Ramos, G.; Moretti, S.
Publisher
Elsevier, New York, USA
Citation
Journal of Equine Veterinary Science, 2014, 34, 4, pp 528-531
Abstract

A 9-month-old filly donkey was referred for a comminuted diaphyseal fracture of the right tibia. Surgical osteosynthesis, with multiple lag screws and a neutralization plate, was performed for anatomical reconstruction. Despite a good gait condition, delayed bone consolidation and a bone gap were...

Author(s)
Faillace, V.; Tambella, A. M.; Fratini, M.; Paggi, E.; Dini, F.; Laus, F.
Publisher
Japanese Society of Veterinary Science, Tokyo, Japan
Citation
Journal of Veterinary Medical Science, 2017, 79, 3, pp 618-622
Abstract

Osteopetrosis is a rare disorder characterised by a defect in osteoclastic bone resorption. This report describes osteopetrosis in a neonatal donkey that suffered a displaced tibial fracture. Radiographic examination identified generalised reduction in medullary cavity size, thickened mid-...

Author(s)
Williamson, A. J.; Stent, A. W.; Milne, M.; Walmsley, E. A.
Publisher
Wiley-Blackwell, Melbourne, Australia
Citation
Australian Veterinary Journal, 2016, 94, 10, pp 358-361
AbstractFull Text

This study was conducted to determine the types and prevalence rates of radiographic limb conditions, with more emphasis on limb fractures in the dog, cat and horse in Zaria, Nigeria, and its environs. Fractures, elbow luxation, hip dysplasia, patella luxation, tibiotarsal luxation, soft tissue...

Author(s)
Abdurrahman, M.; Enejoh, O.; Lawal, M.; Remi-Adewunmi, B. D.; Mustapha, R. A.; Abidoye, E. O.; Emmanuel, E. G.; Audu, S. W.; Sani, M. A.
Publisher
Commonwealth Veterinary Association, Bangalore, India
Citation
Journal of Commonwealth Veterinary Association, 2011, 27, 2, pp 232-235
Abstract

The compressive, bending and torsional mechanical properties of osteotomized adult equine tibiae stabilized with an interlocking intramedullary nail (nail-tibia composite) were compared with those of intact tibiae to determine the clinical applicability of the nail for repair of tibial fractures in ...

Author(s)
McDuffee, L. A.; Stover, S. M.; Taylor, K. T.; Les, C. M.
Citation
Veterinary Surgery, 1994, 23, 4, pp 219-230
Abstract

Rosette strain gauges were applied to the equine radius and tibia. Three sites were examined on each bone on separate occasions (proximal metaphysis, middiaphysis, and distal metaphysis). At each site, 4 rosette gauges were applied around the bone (ie, cranial, caudal, medial, and lateral). Strain...

Author(s)
Schneider, R. K.; Milne, D. W.; Gabel, A. A.; Groom, J. J.; Bramlage, L. R.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1982, 43, 9, pp 1541-1550
Abstract

The single cycle structural properties for axial compression, torsion, and 4 point bending with a central load applied to the caudal or lateral surface of a diaphyseal segment from the normal adult equine humerus, radius, third metacarpal bone, femur, tibia, and third metatarsal bone were...

Author(s)
Hanson, P. D.; Markel, M. D.; Vanderby, R., Jr.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1995, 56, 2, pp 233-240
Abstract

The medical records of 9 foals less than 4 months old, with fracture of the tibial diaphysis, were reviewed. Open reduction was accomplished by use of 3 approaches; however, a cranial approach was preferred and was used in 7 foals. Two dynamic compression plates were implanted in all foals except...

Author(s)
Young, D. R.; Richardson, D. W.; Nunamaker, D. M.; Ross, M. W.; Tulleners, E. P.
Citation
Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 1989, 194, 12, pp 1755-1760
Abstract

Strain gauges were successfully bonded in vivo to the cranial, caudal, medial, and lateral aspects of the equine radius and tibia and to the dorsal, palmar, or plantar, medial, the lateral aspects of the metacarpus and metatarsus - all in the mid-diaphyseal region. Various activities were...

Author(s)
Turner, A. S.; Mills, E. J.; Gabel, A. A.
Citation
American Journal of Veterinary Research, 1975, 36, 11, pp 1573-1579

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