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Arthroscopy of degenerative joint disease in dogs



Arthroscopy of degenerative joint disease in dogs



Medycyna Weterynaryjna 56(8): 534-536



Degenerative joint disease affects cartilage in joints. Primary clinical signs are joint pain, altered gait, and limited range of motion of the affected joint. Degenerative joint disease has primary and secondary aetiologies. Research was carried out on 25 dogs suspected of having degenerative joint disease due to primary lesions, and arthroscopy examinations of 21 knee, 3 shoulder and 1 elbow joints were performed.

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