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Practical experience with the triple pelvic osteotomy as treatment of hip instability in young dogs



Practical experience with the triple pelvic osteotomy as treatment of hip instability in young dogs



Tijdschrift Voor Diergeneeskunde 113(21): 1181-1188



Experience with triple pelvic osteotomy in twenty instable hip joints in thirteen young dogs, is reported in the present paper. A few years' follow-up showed that arthrosis may be reduced or even completely arrested by stabilising the hip joint and increasing the load-bearing articular surface. Indications for this operation can still be improved, as many dogs with coxarthrosis diagnosed by X-ray and caused by chronic subluxation are found to have adequately functioning hip joints. Preventive measures in the developmental stage of the hip joint should precede any decision to operate!

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