Authors: Koen M. Santifort
A 7-month-old, female Rough Collie with a history of diagnosis and treatment for steroid-responsive meningitis-arteritis was presented with a history of recurrent fever and lethargy and progressive lameness.
Magnetic resonance imaging revealed a large fluid intensity lesion (T2W hyperintense to muscle, T1W hypointense and in both sequences isointense to joint fluid) centred on the medial aspect of the right shoulder joint with outpouching into the surrounding muscle.
Authors: Marie Llido, Véronique Livet, Claude Carozzo, Éric Viguier, Thibaut Cachon
Objective: The aim of this study was to assess the feasibility and efficiency of an arthroscopically guided ligamentoplasty of the medial glenohumeral ligament to treat medial shoulder joint instability.
Authors: Faolain M Barrett, Jason A Bleedorn, Kyle D Hutcheson, Bryan T Torres, Derek B Fox
Objective: (1) To adapt and apply the Clavien-Dindo (aCD) postoperative complication grading system to dogs experiencing complications following a single orthopedic procedure. (2) To compare the reliability of the Clavien-Dindo system to the Cook complication grading system.
Study design: Retrospective study.
Sample population: Sixty-eight client-owned dogs.
Authors: M Hammer, J G Grand
Objectives: The aim of this case series was to report arthroscopic findings and to evaluate clinical outcomes of dogs treated with an inverted V-shaped extracapsular stabilisation technique without additional external coaptation for medial shoulder instability.
Authors: Koji Aoki, Jun-Yan Sek, Fernando de Paula Freitas, Miriam Bates, Hugues Beaufrere
Objective: To evaluate the use of the Leipzig distractor during canine shoulder arthroscopy.
Study design: Experimental, ex vivo.
Sample population: Paired shoulder joints from 15 large breed canine cadavers.
Authors: Aldo Vezzoni, Luca Vezzoni, Silvia Boiocchi, Alda Miolo, Ian Gordon Holsworth
Objective: The aim of this study was to describe a novel minimally invasive surgical approach for the treatment of shoulder osteochondritis dissecans (OCD) in dogs and to retrospectively review our clinical cases treated with this approach.
Authors: Kulendra ER, Beer AJC, Hockley GCA, Goh D, Lafuente P, Perry KL
OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to report the outcome and complications of surgical stabilization following fracture of the supraglenoid tubercle in dogs.
Authors: Livet V, Harel M, Taroni M, Carozzo C, Viguier É, Sonet J, Cachon T
OBJECTIVES: This study aimed to describe a stress radiography to detect medial glenohumeral ligament rupture and to investigate the repeatability and reproducibility of this test.
Authors: Murphy SC, Egan PM, Fitzpatrick NM.
OBJECTIVE: To report the outcome of dogs with large, caudocentral, osteochondritis dissecans (OCD) lesions of the humeral head treated with synthetic osteochondral resurfacing (SOR) implants.
STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective case series.
Authors: Carwardine D, Langley-Hobbs S.
OBJECTIVES: To describe the range of motion and clinical stability of the feline shoulder following experimental injury and repair using a prosthetic suture technique.