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; Halco) with a reinforced surgeon’s knot ( Figure 1 ) . Figure 1 Biomechanical properties of femoro-fabella ligament lateral suture (FFLS) and bone anchor lateral suture (BAS) were tested on 12 feline cadaveric femurs. The image shows the loop used

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Bone anchors are orthopedic implants designed to facilitate the reattachment of soft tissues to bone. In human surgery, they have been in use since the mid to late 1980s. Common applications include ligament, joint capsule, and tendon reattachment

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such constructs. 11 Securing of prostheses in bone by use of such methods as bone anchors and placement of polyethylene cord in bone tunnels has been investigated as a potential method for overcoming the biomechanical limitations of techniques that

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patients, suture anchors have been used successfully in joint ligamentous repair, cranial cruciate extracapsular repair, coxofemoral joint luxation repair, and common calcaneal tendon avulsion repair. 2 , 3 Failure of the construct can occur at the bone-anchor

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design The traditional prosthetic ligament repair technique (AN construct) consisted of 3 bone anchors connected with monofilament nylon suture. The 3 more recently developed repair techniques included the use of low-profile suture anchors made of PEEK

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suture and a bone anchor on the femoral side; PPL-SL). The fourth technique involved use of a DDFT allograft secured with transverse femoral fixation (looped around a femoral crosspin) and stabilized with a tibial interference screw and 2 spiked washers

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cranioventral to the acetabulum by drilling a bone tunnel and passing a 3.2-mm toggle to the medial side of the ilium. The second antirotational suture was anchored craniodorsal to the acetabulum with a bone anchor. Both were secured to the greater trochanter

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bone anchors . Am J Vet Res 2012 ; 73 : 1519 – 1529 .

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(6 [19%]), and various soft tissue repairs (4 [13%]). In 10 of the 62 (16%) dogs, other hip joint stabilization techniques were used in addition to toggle rod stabilization. This included transposition of the greater trochanter, placement of bone

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radial head as well as the bone anchor origin and bone screw insertion of the prosthetic lateral collateral ligament. The langur was placed in a squeeze cage and was administered maropitant (1.2 mg/kg, IV) 10 minutes prior to induction of anesthesia

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