2006 journal article

Morphometric assessment of the proximal portion of the tibia in dogs with and without cranial cruciate ligament rupture


By: C. Osmond n, D. Marcellin-Little n, O. Harrysson n & L. Kidd n

author keywords: biomodeling; canine; cruciate ligament; morphology; tibia
MeSH headings : Animals; Anterior Cruciate Ligament / diagnostic imaging; Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries; Breeding; Dogs / anatomy & histology; Dogs / injuries; Female; Male; Radiography; Rupture / diagnostic imaging; Rupture / veterinary; Stifle / anatomy & histology; Stifle / diagnostic imaging; Stifle / injuries; Tibia / anatomy & histology; Tibia / diagnostic imaging; Tibia / injuries
TL;DR: Characterizing more precisely the shape of the proximal portion of the tibia in dogs contributes to the understanding of the pathogenesis of steep TPS and may facilitate the optimization of the surgical management of dogs with CCL rupture. (via Semantic Scholar)
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