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A radiographic image-classification system was developed to analyze and compare the shape of the humerus of neonatal Labrador Retriever and Labrador Retriever × Beagle pups that were either phenotypically normal or affected with an ocular-skeletal dysplasia syndrome. The system consistently defined the shape of the humerus within the groups of pups studied and indicated a difference in the shape of the humerus between normal and affected pups. Results indicated that the radiographic image-classification system may be able to identify Labrador Retriever pups affected by the ocular-skeletal dysplasia syndrome at or shortly after birth.

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research