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Atlas of orthopedic surgical procedures of the dog and cat by Ann L. Johnson DVM MS, Dianne Dunning DVM MS

By Ann L. Johnson DVM MS, Dianne Dunning DVM MS

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Drape the limb out from a hanging position to allow maximal manipulation during surgery. Prepare the ipsilateral proximal shoulder or ilial wing for cancellous bone graft harvest. Consider using a tourniquet to control bleeding. PROCEDURE Approach: Incise the skin and subcutaneous tissue over the dorsal surface of the joint from the distal metaphysis of the radius to the distal third of the metacarpal bones. Elevate and retract the carpal extensor tendons medially and the digital extensor tendons laterally to expose the distal radius, the carpus, and the proximal two thirds of the third metatarsal bone.

EQUIPMENT • Surgical pack, pointed reduction forceps, Kirschner wires or small Steinmann pins (for large dogs), pin chuck or highspeed wire driver; plating equipment is required for lag-screw fixation PREPARATION AND POSITIONING Prepare the limb circumferentially from the shoulder to the digits. Position the animal in dorsal recumbency for greater flexibility, with the affected limb suspended for draping. Then release the limb to allow access to the distal antebrachium. PROCEDURE Approach: Expose the styloid processes by incising directly over the processes through the skin and subcutaneous tissue.

Reexamination is advisable 3 days after removal of the Ehmer bandage and before resumption of unsupervised activity. EXPECTED OUTCOME 4 The success rate for maintaining reduction and regaining good to excellent limb function with closed reduction is about 50%. The rate is lower in patients with poor conformation of the hip joint secondary to hip dysplasia or previous trauma. Clinical studies indicate that the success for surgical intervention following failure of closed reduction does not differ from the success rate for surgical reduction as a primary treatment.

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