Authors: Michael Schettler, Nicky Cassel , Ross C. Elliot, Geoffrey T. Fosgate, Keleigh Schettler, David Biller

Objective The aim of this study was to investigate the prevalence, breed predisposition and fracture conformation of humeral condylar fractures (HCF) over a 10-year period. Results were compared with published studies emanating from the United Kingdom exploring effect of breed on HCF.

Authors: Meghan L Davolt, Ella Davis, Brynn McCleery, Garrett Davis

The objective of this study was to compare the strength and stiffness of various fixation methods applied to the long bones of the rabbit forelimb.

Authors: Georgia Jenkins, Andy P. Moores

Objective To report the incidence of medial epicondylar fissure fracture (MEFF) after medial-to-lateral transcondylar screw placement in dogs with humeral intracondylar fissure (HIF) and to identify risk factors for MEFF.

Study design Retrospective study.

Sample population Seventy-four client-owned dogs (88 elbows).

Authors: Nick Gall, Kevin Parsons, Heidi Radke, Eithne Comerford, Ben Mielke, James Grierson, John Ryan, Elena Addison, Vasileia Logethelou, Agnieszka Blaszyk, Sorrel J Langley-Hobbs

Objectives: The aims of this study were to describe the type, presentation and prognostic factors of feline humeral fractures over a 10-year period and to compare three stabilisation systems for feline humeral diaphyseal fractures.

Authors: Mariana Almeida, Russell Yeadon

A 6-year-old, male, boxer breed dog presented with a 1-month history of severe, gradually progressive right thoracic limb lameness without history of trauma.

Previous medication included oclacitinib for management of atopic skin disease.

The dog was diagnosed with humeral intracondylar fissure (HIF) on computed tomography. Therefore, HIF should be considered as a differential diagnosis for thoracic limb lameness in this breed.

Authors: E Kvale, I Kalmukov, L Grassato, S Kalff, M Solano

Objectives: The objective of this study was to report outcome and postoperative complications following stabilisation of humeral condylar fractures in skeletally immature French bulldogs with a transcondylar screw combined with locking or hybrid locking plates.

Authors: Alexander Jh Chan, Natalia Andrea Reyes Rodriguez, Steven J Bailey, Sorrel J Langley-Hobbs

Objectives: The aim of this study is to describe the treatment and outcome of humeral condylar fractures and humeral intracondylar fissures in cats with patellar fracture and dental anomaly syndrome (PADS) and to provide advice on how to manage these cases in practice.

Category: Humerus
Authors: Sanchez Villamil C, Phillips ASJ, Pegram CL, O'Neill DG, Meeson RL

OBJECTIVE: To report the prevalence, configuration, risk factors, fixation methods and outcomes after repair of humeral condylar fractures (HCF) in dogs.

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective nested cohort study.

SAMPLE POPULATION: One hundred twelve dogs.

Authors: Easter TG, Bilmont A, Pink J, Oxley B.

OBJECTIVE: To determine the accuracy of three-dimensional printed patient-specific drill guides (3D-PDG) as treatment of humeral intracondylar fissures (HIF) in dogs.

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective consecutive case series.

Category: Humerus