By Hamish Denny, Steve Butterworth
Authoritative consultant to developments in small animal orthopaedic surgical procedure. presents a entire overview of orthopaedic and spinal stipulations within the puppy or cat. incorporates a neighborhood method of difficulties that permits the reader to take advantage of it as a swift reference. Illustrations. for college kids taking extra skills in orthopedics and veterinarians. earlier variation: cc1993.
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E. N. (1991) Breed, gender and age as risk factors for canine osteochondritis dissecans. Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology,4,100. G. A. (1991) Clinical features and hereditability of osteochondrosis of the elbow in Labrador Retrievers. Journal of Small Animal Practice, 32,55743. A Guide to Canine and Feline Outhopaedic Suugeq Hamish R. Denny,Steven J. Butterworth Cowriaht 02000 bv Blackwell Science Ltd Chapter 5 Intervertebral Disc Disease and Spinal Cord Injury Intervertebral disc disease is an extremely common condition in dogs, predominantly affecting the chondrodystrophic breeds and, in particular, the Miniature Dachshund.
Cytokines are cellular messengers produced locally in the tissues in response to various Fig. 1 Ventrodorsal radiograph Of the pelvis Of an &yearold Labrador presented because of hindlimb weakness. Despite a restricted range of movement in both coxofemoral joints and marked radiographicchange bilaterally, the dog had never shown any lameness. The cause of its hindlimb weakness was found to be neoplasia of the spinal cord within the cervical region. g. hormonal, disease Site and severity of OA Fig.
The options available vary with different joints and the surgical management of OA for each joint is discussed in detail within the relevant chapters of Sections 5 and 6. A general overview of what may be achieved will, however, be considered here. Cheilectomy Cheilectomy involves the debridement of the joint with the removal of osteophytes or ‘loose bodies’, possibly in combination with synovectomy. Although there is no hard evidence on the beneficial effects of such a procedure, many cases will improve for a variable period of time afterwards.