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Friday, 16 December 2022

Complications and long-term outcomes for limb fractures in pet rabbits

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  • Long bone fractures accounted for the majority of all fractures
coniglio fratture arti copiaLimb fractures represent the most common orthopaedic disease in pet rabbits. However, only a few studies have evaluated therapeutic details of limb fractures. There are no data available for long-term outcomes of limb fracture treatment.The medical records of six institutions were reviewed retrospectively to identify cases of traumatic limb bone fractures in pet rabbits between 1999 and 2020. The medical records (n = 387) were analysed for det...

Monday, 28 November 2022

Gene therapy methods in equine osteoarthritis

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  • Osteoarthritis and the associated articular cartilage changes can be very debilitating
gene therapyWith an intrinsically low ability for self-repair, articular cartilage injuries often progress to cartilage loss and joint degeneration resulting in osteoarthritis (OA). Osteoarthritis and the associated articular cartilage changes can be debilitating, resulting in lameness and functional disability both in human and equine patients. While articular cartilage damage plays a central role in the pathogenesis of OA, the contribution of other joint tissues to the pathogenesis of...

Monday, 10 October 2022

Osteomyelitis associated with Bartonella henselae infection in a cat

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  • Bartonella henselae DNA was amplified by PCR from peripheral blood
osteomielite1A 1-year-old male intact domestic shorthair cat was evaluated for acute onset non-weightbearing left forelimb lameness and generalized peripheral lymphadenopathy. CT identified a monostotic aggressive bone lesion with an incomplete fracture of the left radial metaphysis. Bone aspirates yielded osteoblasts with minimal nuclear atypia. Abdominal ultrasound revealed a nodular spleen and lymphadenopathy; cytologically, both contained lymphoid hyperplasia. A ...

Monday, 10 October 2022

Metaphyseal osteopathy in dogs: clinical signs and outcome

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  • The most commonly recorded clinical signs were pyrexia, lethargy, pain, and being non-ambulatory
downloaddogThe aim of the present study was to describe the presenting signs, concurrent conditions, treatment and outcome of dogs with metaphyseal osteopathy.Multi-centre retrospective review of medical records from January 2009 to September 2018 at four referral centres to identify dogs with a radiographic diagnosis of metaphyseal osteopathy....

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