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History An approximately 2-year-old 23.9-kg (52.6-lb) spayed female mixed-breed dog was referred to the orthopedic service of the University of California-Davis Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital (VMTH) for evaluation of lameness in the left

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History A 22-year-old 583-kg (1,283-lb) Quarter Horse gelding was referred to the William R. Pritchard Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital for evaluation of right forelimb lameness. On the basis of patient history and clinical examination

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History A 9-year-old 513-kg (1,128-lb) Thoroughbred gelding (horse 1) with a history of bilateral forelimb lameness localized to the feet of approximately 2 years' duration underwent general anesthesia to facilitate MRI of both front feet. A

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History A 2-year-old 22.3-kg (49.1-lb) neutered male English Springer Spaniel was referred for surgical treatment of a left elbow joint fracture. The owner reported an acute onset of non–weight-bearing lameness in the left forelimb with no

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moderate hyperkalemia, which were attributed to strenuous muscle activity associated with multiple attempts to stand ( Table 1 ). Severe forelimb lameness was evident after the mare had recovered from anesthesia, and the mare went into premature labor

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History A 1.3-year-old castrated male British Shorthair cat with a history of chronic lameness and diagnosed with bilateral femoral capital fracture was referred for bilateral femoral head and neck excision. The cat was not receiving any

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weight-bearing lameness on the left pelvic limb, but on palpation and radiographic examination of the fracture site, a large amount of bony callus was present, indicative of fracture healing by second intention. A bony callus was also palpable at the site

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History A 7.5-year-old 28.0-kg (61.6-lb) spayed female mixed-breed dog was referred to the surgery service at the Henry and Lois Foster Hospital for Small Animals at Tufts University for evaluation of right pelvic limb lameness. At the time of

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castration without incident at 6 months of age. Physical examination findings were unremarkable other than grade 3 of 4 luxation of the left patella and associated lameness. Results of a CBC and serum biochemistry panel were unremarkable. Food was withheld

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