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(bicipital) bursitis in a horse . Equine Vet Educ . 1998 ; 10 ( 2 ): 66 - 69 . doi: 10.1111/j.2042-3292.1998.tb00851.x 8. Fugaro MN , Adams SB . Biceps brachii tenotomy or tenectomy for the treatment of bicipital bursitis, tendonitis, and humeral

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tenotomy scissors, and a complete peritomy was performed. The extraocular muscle insertions were identified and isolated with a Jameson muscle hook and incised at their attachment to the sclera. A curved pair of enucleation scissors was used to blindly

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probe (A) and the tenotomy knife (B). The distal portion of the ALSDFT has been incised to expose the flexor carpi radialis (FCR) tendon. DDFT = Deep digital flexor tendon. (Reproduced from Nelson BB, Kawcak CE, Ehrhart EJ, Goodrich LR. Radiofrequency

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the proximal portion of the tibia. Tenotomy scissors were used to identify the displaced tibial tuberosity. Fluoroscopy and insertion of a 22-gauge needle were used to further define the position of the tibial tuberosity. A 1.1-mm Kirschner wire was

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