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Radiographic appearance of ring sequestrum with pin tract osteomyelitis in the dog

, : Radiographic appearance of ring sequestrum with pin tract osteomyelitis in the dog. Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association 24(4): 461-465

Ring sequestra were identified in radiographs of two dogs which developed pin tract osteomyelitis following application of an external fixation device. Radiographic appearance of the ring sequestrum and contributing factors are presented.

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