Minimally invasive plate osteosynthesis represents an alternative to open reduction and internal fixation in the treatment of comminuted humeral T-Y fractures.
The results suggested that closed, fluoroscopic-assisted reduction is a proficient and efficient means of stabilising acute unicondylar humeral fractures.
Synthetic osteochondral implantation in the caudocentral aspect of the humeral head appeared technically feasible and effective in resolving lameness caused by humeral head osteochondritis dissecans.
This FEA supports that the high-grade injuries of the ACJ should be treated with CC fixation combined with ACJ repair because this technique provides excellent stability in both vertical and horizontal planes and reduces stress to the suture button.
Acceptable complication rate for orthopedic procedures. All patient outcomes were considered successful.
In comparison to other breeds, the prevalences reported in the study are in the mid to upper range
Odds of a correct diagnosis for MRI were 3.2 times more than ultrasonography and two times more than radiography in a study on 18 dogs (n = 36 shoulders).
Major complications more likely after lateral humeral condylar fracture repair using a transcondylar screw and supracondylar K-wire than with a supracondylar screw or lateral epicondylar plate