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Radiographic, computed tomographic and arthroscopic findings in 23 dogs with osteochondrosis of the tarsocrural joint

Ingrid Gielen UGent, Henri van Bree, Bernadette Van Ryssen UGent, Tom De Clercq UGent and Hilde De Rooster UGent (2002) VETERINARY RECORD. 150(14). p.442-442
abstract
Twenty-three dogs with osteochondrosis of the tarsocrural joint were evaluated by radiography, computed tomography (CT) and arthroscopy. The radiographic examination included an extended and flexed mediolateral, a plantarodorsal, a flexed dorsoplantar skyline view, and a plantaromedial-dorsolateral and a plantarolateral-dorsomedial view (two oblique views). The CT examination was carried out in ventral recumbency and 1 mm slices were taken with a bone window setting, 31 lesions were identified in the 46 joints examined. The arthroscopic exploration used either a plantar or a dorsal puncture, depending on the site of the lesion. in six cases the lateral, and in 17 cases the medial trochlear ridge was involved. Although the survey radiographs were sufficient to make a diagnosis, the CT examination helped to determine the exact site, and the number and size of the fragments of bone. A four-stage classification system comparable to the one used in man was established. Arthroscopy provided information about synovial inflammation and damage to the joint cartilage, and made it possible to remove fragments of bone from one-third of the cases.
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LESIONS, RIDGE, LAMENESS, ROTTWEILER, TALUS, DISSECANS, CANINE HOCK JOINT
journal title
VETERINARY RECORD
Vet. Rec.
volume
150
issue
14
pages
442 - 442
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Article
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000175313600011
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VETERINARY SCIENCES
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1.221 (2002)
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23/129 (2002)
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1 (2002)
ISSN
0042-4900
language
English
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yes
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A1
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155178
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-155178
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2004-01-14 13:39:00
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  author       = {Gielen, Ingrid and van Bree, Henri and Van Ryssen, Bernadette and De Clercq, Tom and De Rooster, Hilde},
  issn         = {0042-4900},
  journal      = {VETERINARY RECORD},
  keyword      = {LESIONS,RIDGE,LAMENESS,ROTTWEILER,TALUS,DISSECANS,CANINE HOCK JOINT},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {14},
  pages        = {442--442},
  title        = {Radiographic, computed tomographic and arthroscopic findings in 23 dogs with osteochondrosis of the tarsocrural joint},
  volume       = {150},
  year         = {2002},
}

Chicago
Gielen, Ingrid, Henri van Bree, Bernadette Van Ryssen, Tom De Clercq, and Hilde De Rooster. 2002. “Radiographic, Computed Tomographic and Arthroscopic Findings in 23 Dogs with Osteochondrosis of the Tarsocrural Joint.” Veterinary Record 150 (14): 442–442.
APA
Gielen, I., van Bree, H., Van Ryssen, B., De Clercq, T., & De Rooster, H. (2002). Radiographic, computed tomographic and arthroscopic findings in 23 dogs with osteochondrosis of the tarsocrural joint. VETERINARY RECORD, 150(14), 442–442.
Vancouver
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Gielen I, van Bree H, Van Ryssen B, De Clercq T, De Rooster H. Radiographic, computed tomographic and arthroscopic findings in 23 dogs with osteochondrosis of the tarsocrural joint. VETERINARY RECORD. 2002;150(14):442–442.
MLA
Gielen, Ingrid, Henri van Bree, Bernadette Van Ryssen, et al. “Radiographic, Computed Tomographic and Arthroscopic Findings in 23 Dogs with Osteochondrosis of the Tarsocrural Joint.” VETERINARY RECORD 150.14 (2002): 442–442. Print.