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via a separate center of ossification between 16 and 20 weeks of age. 2 , 3 If bony union does not occur by 20 weeks, the patient is considered to have an ununited anconeal process (UAP). The underlying etiology has yet to be definitively determined

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and in skeletally immature dogs and as a treatment for dogs with an ununited anconeal process. 6 , 9 – 11 Use of a bi-oblique proximal ulnar osteotomy (PUO) has also been described in conjunction with osteochondral autograft transfer procedures of the

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humeroradioulnar joint, including medial coronoid process disease, ununited anconeal process (UAP), osteochondrosis dissecans of the medial humeral condyle (OCD), fragmented coronoid process (FCP), and joint incongruity. 1 – 3 These orthopedic conditions can occur

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

Wallace LJ Johnston GR . A retrospective long-term evaluation of ununited anconeal process excision of the canine elbow . Vet Comp Orthop Traumatol 1994 ; 7 : 94 – 97 . 10.1055/s-0038-1633127 12 Bouck GR Miller CW Taves CL . A

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C anine elbow dysplasia (CED) is an umbrella term first defined by the International Elbow Working Group. 1 It encompasses multiple developmental anomalies of the canine cubital joint, including ununited anconeal process, humeral osteochondrosis

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in American Journal of Veterinary Research

Elbow dysplasia is a common developmental anomaly in dogs. The term comprises fragmented medial coronoid process, ununited anconeal process, osteochondrosis dissecans, and joint incongruency. 1 Inherited, developmental, metabolic, and mechanical

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Elbow joint dysplasia is the most common heritable disease causing forelimb lameness in dogs. 1–3 Elbow joint dysplasia comprises different types of growth disorders including ununited anconeal process, OCD, FCP, and incongruity of the elbow

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searches for radiographs and CT scans with the search terms elbow osteoarthritis, fragmented medial coronoid, ununited anconeal process, subchondral sclerosis, and elbow dysplasia, and then cross-referencing results to identify patients with contemporaneous

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joint, such as FCP, 24 osteochondrosis dissecans of the medial part of the humeral condyle, 24 and ununited anconeal process. 25 Each of these conditions results in the development of osteoarthritis of the affected joint. Heritability estimates for

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anconeal process, osteochondrosis or osteochondritis dissecans, and elbow joint incongruity) as well as the lesser known conditions of patella cubiti and ununited medial epicondyle. 1-7 Of all these conditions, FCP is the most common. Elbow dysplasia

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