Radiographic pelvimetry for assessment of dystocia in bitches: a clinical study in two terrier breeds.

@article{Eneroth1999RadiographicPF,
  title={Radiographic pelvimetry for assessment of dystocia in bitches: a clinical study in two terrier breeds.},
  author={A Eneroth and Catharina Linde-Forsberg and M Uhlhorn and Michelle Hall},
  journal={The Journal of small animal practice},
  year={1999},
  volume={40 6},
  pages={257-64}
}
Radiographic pelvimetry was used to assess the role of pelvic anatomy in obstructive dystocia in bitches. Based on the history of previous whelpings, 20 Boston terrier and 14 Scottish terrier bitches were divided into two equal groups: normally whelping bitches and bitches with obstructive dystocia. Additional whelpings during the period of study were closely observed and the pups were immediately weighed and measured. The bitches were clinically examined and the pelvis was radiographed in… CONTINUE READING

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