Two doses of methadone + carprofen appear to provide sufficient pain control for up to 12 hours in dogs undergoing TPLO.
Orthopaedic surgeons should follow the lead of man's best friend and be more proactive in correcting increased tibial slope.
Careful gait assessment at routine follow-up was required to identify this complication.
The centralisation was effective in the treatment of post-traumatic absence of the radial shaft in a dog.
Performing the CCWO procedure when the CrCL function is present is desirable for stabilizing the stifle joint.
Increasing the angle of the induced change had a significant effect on the decreased load through the medial compartment.