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A modified triple tibial osteotomy for management of canine cranial cruciate ligament disease: retrospective assessment of 309 procedures (2017–2020)
The modified TTO may be performed as a bilateral single session procedure in dogs.
Ex vivo biomechanical evaluation of 2.4 mm LCP plate rod constructs versus 2.7 mm LCP applied to the feline tibia
To compare the stiffness and strength of three plate and rod fixation constructs applied to a feline tibial gap model.
Concurrent bucket handle meniscal tear treated with arthroscopic partial meniscectomy does not influence midterm outcomes after TPLO
The progression of osteoarthritis is similar between dogs with meniscal tears and those with intact menisci.
Tibial Plateau and Stifle Joint Invasion with a Subcutaneous Mast Cell Tumor
Full hind-limb amputation was elected.
Predicting tibial plateau angles following four different types of cranial closing wedge ostectomy
The use of the generated corrective equations may thus increase CCWO planning precision.
Meniscal Load and Load Distribution in the Canine Stifle after Modified Tibial Tuberosity Advancement with 9 mm and 12 mm Cranialization of the Tibial Tuberosity in Different Standing Angles
Increased stifle extension (145 degrees) might lead to more stability.
Biomechanical comparison of one pin versus two pin fixation in a canine tibial tuberosity avulsion fracture model
When repairing TTAF, surgeons should aim to apply two vertically aligned pins.
One-Stage Revision with Cage Replacement as Treatment for Refractory Infections after Tibial Tuberosity Advancement in 7 Dogs
One-stage revision prevented loss of advancement of the tibial tuberosity.
Influence of Kirschner-Wire Insertion Angle on Construct Biomechanics following Tibial Tuberosity Osteotomy Fixation in Dogs
Kirschner wire insertion angle is an important consideration following tibial tuberosity osteotomy in dogs.
Linear external skeletal fixation applied in minimally invasive fashion for stabilization of nonarticular tibial fractures in dogs and cats
Linear ESF was an effective treatment for nonarticular tibial fractures.
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