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Immunoexpression of Relaxin and Its Receptors in Stifle Joints of Dogs with Cranial Cruciate Ligament Disease
Relaxin/receptor signaling may be a primary trigger for collagen fiber degradation and collagen lysis.
Retrospective comparison of outcomes following TPLO and lateral fabello-tibial suture stabilisation of CCL disease in small dogs with high tibial plateau angles
The risk of complication increased with the weight of the dog at surgery.
Surgical site infection-inflammation in dogs draped with a single-layer Kraton elastic seal extremity drape for stifle surgery
The single-layer Kraton extremity patient drape is a viable alternative.
Center of rotation of angulation-based leveling osteotomy for stifle stabilization in skeletally immature dogs
CBLO is an option for skeletally immature dogs with CrCL injury.
Biomechanical evaluation of two dorsal and two ventral stabilization techniques for atlantoaxial joint instability in toy-breed dogs
These stabilization techniques increased rigidity.
Proximodistal and caudocranial position of the insertion of the patellar ligament on the tibial tuberosity and patellar ligament length of normal stifles and stifles with grade II medial patellar luxation in small-breed dogs
The more proximal position of the patellar ligament insertion will also affect the risk of recurrence of MPL.
Investigation of the effects of excessive tibial plateau angle and changes in load on ligament tensile forces in the stifle joints of dogs
Stress on the CCL may increase when the compressive load increases.
Canine medial patellar luxation - Review
Despite being one of the most commonly diagnosed causes of canine hind limb lameness, the pathogenesis of medial patellar luxation remains incompletely understood.
Comparison of Semi-Cylindrical Recession Trochleoplasty and Trochlear Block Recession for the Treatment of Canine Medial Patellar Luxation: A Pilot Study
The SCRT was subjectively easier to perform than TBR.
A three‐dimensional computed tomographic volume rendering methodology to measure the tibial torsion angle in dogs
Internal tibial torsion may be present in nonchondrodystrophic dogs without patella luxation.
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