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ligament rupture (CCLR) before and after tibial plateau leveling osteotomy (TPLO) surgery, to evaluate bone healing, percentage weight bearing (%WB), pain evaluation, and wound healing. 10 , 11 TPLO surgery is one of the most common surgical techniques to

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Introduction Tibial plateau leveling osteotomy (TPLO) is a procedure designed to alter the biomechanics of the canine or feline stifle joint to compensate for a torn cranial cruciate ligament (CCL). Although there are multiple surgical

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veterinary surgeons suggests tibial plateau leveling osteotomy (TPLO) to be the favored technique. 2 This procedure, as first outlined by Slocum and Slocum, 3 has the goal of neutralizing cranial tibial thrust experienced during pelvic limb weight bearing

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that the tumor was a histiocytic sarcoma) involving the proximal portion of the tibia and distal portion of the femur 5.5 years after undergoing TPLO. There was radiographic evidence of focal osteolysis immediately adjacent to the plate and gross and

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leveling osteotomy (TPLO) of CCL rupture in dogs with or without meniscal injuries; these studies show that OA continues to progress especially in totally ruptured CCL despite significant improvement in lameness in the early postoperative period. 19 – 21

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extracapsular stabilization and osteotomy reconstruction of the proximal aspect of the tibia such as TPLO. 4,11 However, because of the lack of comparative long-term data, no surgical stabilization technique prevents osteoarthritis progression or can be

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that any process causing long-term bone stimulation could result in sarcoma. 2 Developed for treatment of cranial cruciate ligament rupture, the TPLO procedure involves a biradial osteotomy of the proximal tibial metaphysis and stabilization with

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31 of 153 (20.3%) of appendicular osteosarcoma cases in dogs, with the proximal aspect of the tibia affected in 11 of 153 (approx 7%) appendicular osteosarcoma cases and up to 10 of 19 (approx 53%) tibial osteosarcoma cases. The TPLO procedure was

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to as cranial tibial thrust. Tibial plateau leveling osteotomy and TTA are 2 of the more commonly performed procedures for CrCL rupture in medium- to large-breed dogs. 2,4 , a,b The TPLO technique involves radial osteotomy of the proximal aspect of

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by TPLO recover faster and have better function and slower progression of osteoarthritis than those treated by other stabilization procedures. In some studies, 7–10 outcomes have been assessed with kinetic and kinematic computer-based gait analysis

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