Meniscal ossicles in large non-domestic cats.

@article{Walker2002MeniscalOI,
  title={Meniscal ossicles in large non-domestic cats.},
  author={Michael Alexander Walker and David Phalan and James U. Jensen and James J. Johnson and Mark A Drew and Valerie F Samii and George Henry and Jessica McCauley},
  journal={Veterinary radiology & ultrasound : the official journal of the American College of Veterinary Radiology and the International Veterinary Radiology Association},
  year={2002},
  volume={43 3},
  pages={249-54}
}
Radiographs of the stifles of 6 species of 34 large, non-domestic cats were reviewed foremost for the presence of meniscal ossicles and then for the presence of the other potential four sesamoids. The animals in the review included 12 lions, 7 tigers, 7 cougars, 3 leopards, 3 bobcats, and 2 jaguars. Fluoroscopy, arthrography, computed tomography, necropsy, and histology were also used to evaluate the stifles of one tiger after euthanasia. Ossicles were found in the region of the cranial horn of… CONTINUE READING
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