Cheryl A. Tano, Joanne R. Cockshutt, H. Dobson, C. W. Miller, D. L. Holmberg, Connie L. Taves
Ontario Veterinary College, Department of Clinical Studies, University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, Canada
Dogs with bilateral hip dysplasia treated with a unilateral triple pelvic osteotomy (TPO) were assessed by force plate gait analysis, radiographs and orthopedic examination. There was a significant increase in hip Norberg angles over time, although degenerative changes did progress. Limbs that had been operated upon had significantly greater peak and mean ground reaction forces than limbs that had not received an operation.
Hip dysplasia, Triple pelvic osteotomy, Force plate,
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