Relationship between objective and subjective assessment of limb function in normal dogs with an experimentally induced lameness.

@article{Waxman2008RelationshipBO,
  title={Relationship between objective and subjective assessment of limb function in normal dogs with an experimentally induced lameness.},
  author={Andrew S. Waxman and Duane A. Robinson and Richard B. Evans and Donald A. Hulse and John F. Innes and Michael G Conzemius},
  journal={Veterinary surgery : VS},
  year={2008},
  volume={37 3},
  pages={
          241-6
        }
}
  • Andrew S. Waxman, Duane A. Robinson, +3 authors Michael G Conzemius
  • Published 2008
  • Medicine
  • Veterinary surgery : VS
  • OBJECTIVE To evaluate the relationship between previously used subjective and objective measures of limb function in normal dogs that had an induced lameness. STUDY DESIGN Prospective, blinded, and induced animal model trial. ANIMALS Normal, adult, and mixed-breed dogs (n=24) weighing 25-35 kg. METHODS Force platform gait analysis was collected in all dogs before and after induction of lameness. All gait trials were videotaped; 60 video trials were evaluated by 3 surgeons with practice… CONTINUE READING

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