Teres minor myopathy as a cause of lameness in a dog.

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A case of a teres minor myopathy causing chronic lameness in a five-year-old working labrador retriever is described. Ultrasonography was used to assist in detection of the condition and a definitive diagnosis was made by histological examination after muscle excision. Medical treatment was ineffective, but excision of the affected muscle resulted in… (More)

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@article{Bruce1997TeresMM, title={Teres minor myopathy as a cause of lameness in a dog.}, author={Warrick J M Bruce and Sally E. Spence and A. Miller}, journal={The Journal of small animal practice}, year={1997}, volume={38 2}, pages={74-7} }