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Dog Injuries - Ruptured Cruciate Ligament
Cruciate ligament injury is one of the most common orthopedic complications seen in dogs. Learn more about canine ruptured cruciate ligaments, including ...
The Gimpy Dog: Cruciate Injury - Dogs - About.com
Jan 25, 2010 ... Cruciate ligament rupture is among the most common of all canine health complications - orthopedic or not. It's a shame that all these happy, ...
Arthritis in Dogs: How to Help Your Dog - About.com
Get an orthopedic dog bed. Your dog's joints are sore, so he will probably have trouble getting comfortable in a flat or lumpy dog bed. Fortunately, there are ...
Bone Spurs - Orthopedics - About.com
May 23, 2014 ... A bone spur, or an osteophyte, is a common finding, particularly in patients with arthritis. When bone spurs are seen on x-ray, it is used as an ...
Veterinary Surgeon - Animal Career Overview - Animal Careers
Veterinary surgeons are board certified to perform advance general or orthopedic surgical procedures.
Obesity is a Major Problem in Dogs - Veterinary Medicine - About.com
Doggy Reproduction: Learn All about Canine Pregnancy and Heat Periods ... by obesity related conditions such as diabetes mellitus, orthopedic problems, ...
Types of Growth Plate Fractures - Orthopedics - About.com
May 29, 2014 ... Growth plate fractures come in many types. The most common way to describe them is the Salter-Harris classification system of physeal ...
Hip Osteonecrosis - Orthopedics - About.com
May 27, 2014 ... Orthopedics · What Hurts? ... Hip Bursitis · Hip Replacement Surgery Alternatives · Canine Hip Dysplasia in Puppies - Symptoms and Diagnosis ...
Orthopedic Conditions in Newborns - Orthopedics - About.com
Several orthopedic conditions are unique to the newborns. ... Injuries and Conditions Causing Hip Pain · Canine Hip Dysplasia in Puppies - Symptoms and  ...
Olecranon Fracture - Broken Elbow Bone - Orthopedics - About.com
An olecranon fracture is an injury to the prominent bone of the elbow joint. Surgery may be necessary to restore the alignment of the broken bones.
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