Arthrosis in the elbow joint of young rapidly growing dogs. VII. Occurrence in the Rottweiler breed.

@article{Grndalen1982ArthrosisIT,
  title={Arthrosis in the elbow joint of young rapidly growing dogs. VII. Occurrence in the Rottweiler breed.},
  author={J Gr\ondalen},
  journal={Nordisk veterinaermedicin},
  year={1982},
  volume={34 3},
  pages={76-82}
}
The author has previously shown that lesions of the coronoid process are the most common reason for elbow lameness and osteophyte formation of the elbow joint in the Rottweiler and other larger breeds. To get more information regarding the elbow status of the Rottweiler breed, 207 dogs were radiographically investigated. Of these, 66 dogs were admitted because of elbow lameness, while 141 dogs more than 12 months of age, had never revealed foreleg lameness. Osteophyte formation was found in one… CONTINUE READING
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