Reliability of goniometry in Labrador Retrievers.

@article{Jaegger2002ReliabilityOG,
  title={Reliability of goniometry in Labrador Retrievers.},
  author={Gayle Jaegger and Denis J Marcellin-Little and D. Levine},
  journal={American journal of veterinary research},
  year={2002},
  volume={63 7},
  pages={979-86}
}
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the reliability of goniometry by comparing goniometric measurements with radiographic measurements and evaluate the effects of sedation on range of joint motion. ANIMALS 16 healthy adult Labrador Retrievers. PROCEDURE 3 investigators blindly and independently measured range of motion of the carpus, elbow, shoulder, tarsus, stifle, and hip joints of 16 Labrador Retrievers in triplicate before and after dogs were sedated. Radiographs of all joints in maximal flexion and… CONTINUE READING

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3 investigators blindly and independently measured range of motion of the carpus , elbow , shoulder , tarsus , stifle , and hip joints of 16 Labrador Retrievers in triplicate before and after dogs were sedated .
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3 investigators blindly and independently measured range of motion of the carpus , elbow , shoulder , tarsus , stifle , and hip joints of 16 Labrador Retrievers in triplicate before and after dogs were sedated .
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