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Die chirurgische Versorgung der Luxatio capitis femoris bei Hund und Katze mit einem Kirschnerbohrdraht

(2002) KLEINTIERPRAXIS. 47(4). p.221-230
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From 1993 to 1999 3 7 patients (3 4 dogs and 3 cats) with a craniodorsal coxofemoral luxation were treated with a temporary transarticular pin. The dogs were divided into two groups by their bodyweight (< 20 kg and greater than or equal to 20 kg). In the group of dogs < 20 kg (19 dogs) 13 had a perfect healing and 4 healed after pin breakage between the femoral head and the acetabulum. 17 dogs were healed altogether. 2 dogs needed a femoral head and neck excision after reluxation. In the group of dogs greater than or equal to 20 kg (15 dogs) I I patients were cured without any complications, whereas 2 dogs had a pin breakage without reluxation. Two other dogs needed a femoral head and neck excision. One dog had a pin breakage with reluxation of the femoral head and the other one developed an osteomyelitis. The 3 cats had a successful surgery without pin breakage and reluxation. The success rate of this surgical method was altogether 89,2 %. It is a favourable, relatively easy surgical method to be recommended as a treatment of the coxofemoral luxation.
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STABILIZATION, REPAIR, PELVIC OSTEOTOMY, CANINE

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Julier-Franz, Anja, Martin Kramer, S Schleicher, M Gerwing, E Schimke, and S Tacke. 2002. “Die Chirurgische Versorgung Der Luxatio Capitis Femoris Bei Hund Und Katze Mit Einem Kirschnerbohrdraht.” Kleintierpraxis 47 (4): 221–230.
APA
Julier-Franz, A., Kramer, M., Schleicher, S., Gerwing, M., Schimke, E., & Tacke, S. (2002). Die chirurgische Versorgung der Luxatio capitis femoris bei Hund und Katze mit einem Kirschnerbohrdraht. KLEINTIERPRAXIS, 47(4), 221–230.
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Julier-Franz A, Kramer M, Schleicher S, Gerwing M, Schimke E, Tacke S. Die chirurgische Versorgung der Luxatio capitis femoris bei Hund und Katze mit einem Kirschnerbohrdraht. KLEINTIERPRAXIS. 2002;47(4):221–30.
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Julier-Franz, Anja, Martin Kramer, S Schleicher, et al. “Die Chirurgische Versorgung Der Luxatio Capitis Femoris Bei Hund Und Katze Mit Einem Kirschnerbohrdraht.” KLEINTIERPRAXIS 47.4 (2002): 221–230. Print.
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  abstract     = {From 1993 to 1999 3 7 patients (3 4 dogs and 3 cats) with a craniodorsal coxofemoral luxation were treated with a temporary transarticular pin. The dogs were divided into two groups by their bodyweight ({\textlangle} 20 kg and greater than or equal to 20 kg). In the group of dogs {\textlangle} 20 kg (19 dogs) 13 had a perfect healing and 4 healed after pin breakage between the femoral head and the acetabulum. 17 dogs were healed altogether. 2 dogs needed a femoral head and neck excision after reluxation. In the group of dogs greater than or equal to 20 kg (15 dogs) I I patients were cured without any complications, whereas 2 dogs had a pin breakage without reluxation. Two other dogs needed a femoral head and neck excision. One dog had a pin breakage with reluxation of the femoral head and the other one developed an osteomyelitis. The 3 cats had a successful surgery without pin breakage and reluxation. The success rate of this surgical method was altogether 89,2 \%. It is a favourable, relatively easy surgical method to be recommended as a treatment of the coxofemoral luxation.},
  author       = {Julier-Franz, Anja and Kramer, Martin and Schleicher, S and Gerwing, M and Schimke, E and Tacke, S},
  issn         = {0023-2076},
  journal      = {KLEINTIERPRAXIS},
  keyword      = {STABILIZATION,REPAIR,PELVIC OSTEOTOMY,CANINE},
  language     = {ger},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {221--230},
  title        = {Die chirurgische Versorgung der Luxatio capitis femoris bei Hund und Katze mit einem Kirschnerbohrdraht},
  volume       = {47},
  year         = {2002},
}

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