Elbow lameness in dogs of six years and older: arthroscopic and imaging findings of medial coronoid disease in 51 dogs.

@article{Vermote2010ElbowLI,
  title={Elbow lameness in dogs of six years and older: arthroscopic and imaging findings of medial coronoid disease in 51 dogs.},
  author={Kathelijn Vermote and A L R Bergenhuyzen and Ingrid Gielen and Henri Jacques Johan van Bree and Luc Duchateau and Bernadette van Ryssen},
  journal={Veterinary and comparative orthopaedics and traumatology : V.C.O.T},
  year={2010},
  volume={23 1},
  pages={43-50}
}
OBJECTIVES To report on the frequency and distribution of lesions of the medial coronoid process in dogs of six years of age and older, and to describe the arthroscopic findings in the affected joints. To compare those lesions seen in 'old' dogs with those seen in 'young' dogs between the ages of five and 18 months. METHODS A retrospective study of dogs six-years-old and older admitted for elbow lameness and subsequent elbow arthroscopy. The dogs were divided into groups according to the… CONTINUE READING
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