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Elbow subluxation due to asynchronous growth of radius and ulna in the dog



Elbow subluxation due to asynchronous growth of radius and ulna in the dog



Revue de Medecine Veterinaire 144(12): 953-965



Physis lesions of the radius and ulna are frequent in the dog. They generally involve trauma (the most frequent) or are pathological (chondrodystrophy). They induce deformities of the radius and ulna (varus, radius, curvus) and frequently elbow subluxation due to shortening of radius or ulna. The malformation of the joint is painful and results in osteoarthritis which is of particular concern in young animals.

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