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Arthroscopic findings in 32 joints affected by severe elbow incongruity with concomitant fragmented medial coronoid process

Yves Samoy UGent, Delphine Van Vynckt UGent, Ingrid Gielen UGent, Henri van Bree UGent, Luc Duchateau UGent and Bernadette Van Ryssen UGent (2012) VETERINARY SURGERY. 41(3). p.355-361
abstract
Objective: To report arthroscopic findings in dogs with severe elbow incongruity combined with fragmented medial coronoid process (FCP) and compare these findings in normal joints and congruent joints affected by FCP. Study design: Clinical study. Animals: Dogs with elbow lameness (n = 40) and purpose bred dogs (5; controls). Materials and Methods: Arthroscopic features of 32 severely incongruent joints with concomitant FCP were compared with 32 congruent elbow joints affected with FCP and 10 normal joints. A radioulnar step of >= 3 mm on radiographs and computed tomography (CT) scans was the selection criterion for a severely incongruent joint. Intraarticular structures were visually assessed at various sites within the joint. Regions of interest were: the radioulnar transition, humeroradial and humeroulnar joint space, trochlear notch, primary and secondary lesions of the medial coronoid process, and radial head. Results: Incongruent joints had a radioulnar step and changes at the cartilage in the center of the trochlear notch, an irregular radioulnar transition, and an abnormal surface of the radial head. Coronoid pathology was present in every pathologic joint. Conclusion: Arthroscopy allowed detection of several features that were signs or consequences of severe elbow incongruity or accompanying inflammation. After a prominent radioulnar step, cartilage changes involving the radial head and trochlear notch were most frequently seen.
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arthroscopy, dog, elbow, incongruity, CLINICALLY NORMAL DOGS, RADIOULNAR INCONGRUENCE, IN-VITRO, RADIOGRAPHIC EVALUATION, TOMOGRAPHIC EVALUATION, LAMENESS, DISEASE, SENSITIVITY, VIVO
journal title
VETERINARY SURGERY
Vet. Surg.
volume
41
issue
3
pages
355 - 361
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Article
Web of Science id
000303011700005
JCR category
VETERINARY SCIENCES
JCR impact factor
1.242 (2012)
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51/142 (2012)
JCR quartile
2 (2012)
ISSN
0161-3499
DOI
10.1111/j.1532-950X.2012.00949.x
language
English
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yes
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A1
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2122823
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-2122823
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2012-05-30 17:07:18
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2012-05-31 12:04:25
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  abstract     = {Objective: To report arthroscopic findings in dogs with severe elbow incongruity combined with fragmented medial coronoid process (FCP) and compare these findings in normal joints and congruent joints affected by FCP. 
Study design: Clinical study. 
Animals: Dogs with elbow lameness (n = 40) and purpose bred dogs (5; controls). 
Materials and Methods: Arthroscopic features of 32 severely incongruent joints with concomitant FCP were compared with 32 congruent elbow joints affected with FCP and 10 normal joints. A radioulnar step of {\textrangle}= 3 mm on radiographs and computed tomography (CT) scans was the selection criterion for a severely incongruent joint. Intraarticular structures were visually assessed at various sites within the joint. Regions of interest were: the radioulnar transition, humeroradial and humeroulnar joint space, trochlear notch, primary and secondary lesions of the medial coronoid process, and radial head. 
Results: Incongruent joints had a radioulnar step and changes at the cartilage in the center of the trochlear notch, an irregular radioulnar transition, and an abnormal surface of the radial head. Coronoid pathology was present in every pathologic joint. 
Conclusion: Arthroscopy allowed detection of several features that were signs or consequences of severe elbow incongruity or accompanying inflammation. After a prominent radioulnar step, cartilage changes involving the radial head and trochlear notch were most frequently seen.},
  author       = {Samoy, Yves and Van Vynckt, Delphine and Gielen, Ingrid and van Bree, Henri and Duchateau, Luc and Van Ryssen, Bernadette},
  issn         = {0161-3499},
  journal      = {VETERINARY SURGERY},
  keyword      = {arthroscopy,dog,elbow,incongruity,CLINICALLY NORMAL DOGS,RADIOULNAR INCONGRUENCE,IN-VITRO,RADIOGRAPHIC EVALUATION,TOMOGRAPHIC EVALUATION,LAMENESS,DISEASE,SENSITIVITY,VIVO},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {355--361},
  title        = {Arthroscopic findings in 32 joints affected by severe elbow incongruity with concomitant fragmented medial coronoid process},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1532-950X.2012.00949.x},
  volume       = {41},
  year         = {2012},
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Chicago
Samoy, Yves, Delphine Van Vynckt, Ingrid Gielen, Henri van Bree, Luc Duchateau, and Bernadette Van Ryssen. 2012. “Arthroscopic Findings in 32 Joints Affected by Severe Elbow Incongruity with Concomitant Fragmented Medial Coronoid Process.” Veterinary Surgery 41 (3): 355–361.
APA
Samoy, Y., Van Vynckt, D., Gielen, I., van Bree, H., Duchateau, L., & Van Ryssen, B. (2012). Arthroscopic findings in 32 joints affected by severe elbow incongruity with concomitant fragmented medial coronoid process. VETERINARY SURGERY, 41(3), 355–361.
Vancouver
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Samoy Y, Van Vynckt D, Gielen I, van Bree H, Duchateau L, Van Ryssen B. Arthroscopic findings in 32 joints affected by severe elbow incongruity with concomitant fragmented medial coronoid process. VETERINARY SURGERY. 2012;41(3):355–61.
MLA
Samoy, Yves, Delphine Van Vynckt, Ingrid Gielen, et al. “Arthroscopic Findings in 32 Joints Affected by Severe Elbow Incongruity with Concomitant Fragmented Medial Coronoid Process.” VETERINARY SURGERY 41.3 (2012): 355–361. Print.