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Computed Tomography Topographical Analysis of Incomplete Humeral Intracondylar Fissures in English Springer Spaniel Dogs
In ESS, HIF typically originates approximately 57 degrees caudal to the supratrochlear foramen in the sagittal plane.
Evaluation of subchondral bone cysts in canine elbows with radiographic osteoarthritis secondary to elbow dysplasia
Subchondral bone cysts are a potential imaging biomarker for canine OA.
Comparison of three radiographic assessment methods for detecting slipped capital femoral epiphyses in cats: Klein’s line, modified Klein’s line and the S-sign
The S-sign can be used to increase early diagnosis and treatment in cats with SCFE.
Detecting medial patellar luxation with ensemble deep convolutional neural network based on a single rear view image of the hindlimb
Our study will help diagnose MPL in clinical settings using a single rear-view hindlimb image.
Cranial tibial translation measurements for radiographic diagnosis of cranial cruciate ligament rupture in dogs
DPOI ratio values above 1.18 were consistently indicative of CCL rupture.
Humeral intracondylar fissures and intracondylar sclerosis are common CT findings in the limb contralateral to a humeral condylar fracture in French bulldogs and spaniel breeds
The high prevalence of HIF in the FBD group may be a predisposing factor for HCF in this breed.
Diagnosis of medial meniscal lesions in the canine stifle using multidetector computed tomographic positive-contrast arthrography
Diagnostic performance was suitable for identifying meniscal lesions.
Radiographic Comparison of Virtual Surgical Corrective Options for Excessive Tibial Plateau Angle in the Dog
mCCWO balances moderate alterations to tibial geometry while preserving osteotomy overlap.
High-field magnetic resonance imaging findings in a young dog with septic arthritis of the shoulder joint
This case report illustrates the value of magnetic resonance imaging in the diagnosis of musculoskeletal pathology.
Ideal Anchor Points for Patellar Anti-rotational Sutures for Management of Medial Patellar Luxation in Dogs: A Radiographic Survey
The fabella is unlikely to be the best choice for anchoring a patellar anti-rotational suture.
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