Canine Elbow Dysplasia: Incidence, Diagnosis, Treatment, and Prognosis
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Canine elbow dysplasia is a common cause of pain and forelimb lameness in large-breed dogs and is being diagnosed more frequently because of the better understanding and awareness of its components by veterinarians. Diagnosis is based on findings obtained from physical examination, radiography, and advanced imaging techniques. Both medical and surgical treatments are advocated. The prognosis for normal joint function in dogs with canine elbow dysplasia varies.
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Todd Trostel, C., McLaughlin, R. M., & Pol, R. R.
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Todd Trostel, C||McLaughlin, RM||Poól, RR