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is warranted. The goal of corrective surgery is the realignment of the stifle extensor apparatus using both soft tissue and/or bone reconstructive techniques, including various types of trochleoplasty techniques to deepen the trochlear groove. 4 – 6

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interval between the bilateral staged procedures was 5 months (range, 1.5 to 26.0 months). The most common surgical procedure used for correction of LPL was trochleoplasty (n = 42 stifle joints). Procedures used to treat patellar luxation for each grade

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extension. Abrasion trochleoplasty was performed proximal to the natural trochlear groove to facilitate motion of the patella without predisposing it to luxation ( Figure 2 ). Corrective osteotomy with restoration of the length of the femur was another

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Medial patellar luxation in dogs requiring surgical treatment is frequently addressed by a combination of interventions, including trochleoplasty. 1,2 Although the femoral trochlea can be assessed with cranioproximal-craniodistal oblique view

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displacement of the tibial tuberosity. These abnormalities may be corrected surgically with trochleoplasty and tibial crest transposition, respectively. Additionally, soft tissue reconstructive procedures such as lateral joint capsule imbrication and medial

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rupture of the right CaCL was suspected owing to the low TPA and low incidence of CrCL rupture in Basset Hounds. 6 Right stifle joint arthroscopy with possible trochleoplasty, tibial tuberosity transposition, or caudally based proximal tibial closing

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included wedge trochleoplasty (n = 11 [38%]), block trochleoplasty (11 [38%]), and abrasion trochleoplasty (3 [10%]). Medial fascial release was performed on 25 (86%) stifle joints, and lateral imbrication was performed on 27 (93%). Extracapsular

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fractures of the left radius and ulna with minimal displacement and moderate soft tissue swelling. The dog had previously undergone repair of a radial fracture in the opposite limb, tibial tuberosity transposition, and block recession trochleoplasty. There

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trochleoplasty to address the MPL. However, we were uncertain whether the unquantified internal tibial rotation that occurs with grades 2 and 3 MPL affects measurement of the TPA. Therefore, the purpose of the study reported here was to determine whether a

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subcutaneous mass removal (n = 5), esophageal feeding tube placement (3), castration (2), parathyroidectomy (2), thyroidectomy (1), and a tibial tuberosity transposition and wedge trochleoplasty (1). Postoperative data and histologic assessments Of the

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