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(Arthritis chronic one joint)
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  • Arthroscopic repair of glenoid rim fractures: a ligamentotaxis surgical technique. [Journal Article]
  • MSMusculoskelet Surg 2018; 102(Suppl 1):41-48
  • Corradini A, Campochiaro G, … Baudi P
  • CONCLUSIONS: Acute antero-inferior glenoid rim fractures are uncommon but they are increasing in over 55 years population (frequently associated with cuff tear). Correct classification and treatment are necessary to achieve good results. The X-ray assessment includes the Neer's trauma series and the CT study with PICO measurement of glenoid fragment size. Wrong treatment can lead to chronic instability, degenerative joint disease and poor results. The arthroscopic repair with ligamentotaxis is a good solution and permits the treatment of the associated rotator cuff tear. Arthroscopic technique imposes a long learning curve. CT can be used to confirm the anatomic reduction and the healing of the fracture but since it uses X-rays it must be reserved to comminuted fractures.
  • Spontaneous Septic Arthritis of Canine Elbows: Twenty-One Cases. [Journal Article]
  • VCVet Comp Orthop Traumatol 2018; 31(6):488-493
  • Mielke B, Comerford E, … Meeson R
  • CONCLUSIONS: Septic arthritis, even in the absence of pyrexia, should be considered as a major differential diagnosis in middle aged, large breed dogs, with pre-existing elbow arthritis, that suffer an acute onset lameness, with elbow joint effusion and discomfort. Antibiotic therapy alone was effective for treatment with high initial response rates. Chronic lameness post-treatment was common, and a high rate of recurrence was seen with 3/12 dogs suffering more than one episode.
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