Today's Daily Dose: Hip dysplasia


Today's Daily Dose: Hip dysplasia

May 17, 2011
By staff
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“Juvenile pubic symphysiodesis surgery is more successful at an early age when a significant potential for growth remains, especially in puppies with high distraction indices. A successful outcome is one in which good femoral head coverage is achieved and hip joint laxity resolves, precluding the necessity for more invasive surgical intervention in the future.”

—William B. Henry Jr., DVM, DACVS

From Diagnosis, treatment of canine hip dysplasia