October 2021

Double pelvic osteotomy may be a treatment option for dogs with hip dysplasia ≥10 months of age.
Humero-anconeal incongruity and an associated cartilage lesion appear to be present in dogs with HIF.
Double pelvic osteotomy using DPO plates appears to be a safe surgical option for the treatment of hip dysplasia in growing dogs.
Double-cut center of rotation of angulation-based leveling osteotomy can be considered as a viable treatment option.
The use of 3D-GDT improves accuracy of sacral drilling compared with FHDT in canine cadavers.
A proportion correction can improve the accuracy of femoral stem-level assessment on craniocaudal projection radiographs.