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Case Report: Recovery from Bilateral Pancarpal Arthrodesis with TCVM

Case Report: Recovery from Bilateral Pancarpal Arthrodesis with TCVM

by Christina Sierra Garcia, DVM, CVA Madrid, SPAIN

Ron, a lovely 4-year old male Golden Retriever suffered from hyperextension of the carpal joints after a traumatic accident, he was left with severe joint instability. The dog was depressed and unable to stand on his front limbs. After x-rays, ultrasound, and neurological exam, the surgeon decided to pursue bilateral pancarpal arthrodesis with large plates and screws. After surgery, he was treated with antibiotic and anti-inflammatory therapy.

Thursday, November 1, 2012/Author: Chi Institute/Number of views (3023)/Comments (0)/
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