1983
DOI: 10.1111/j.1748-5827.1983.tb00355.x
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Osteochondritis dissecans of the lateral ridge of the trochlea of the tibial tarsal bone in the dog

Abstract: A B S T R A C TThe diagnosis and treatment of two cases of osteochondritis dissecans affecting the lateral ridge of the trochlea of the tibial tarsal bone is described. Radiographs taken in medio-lateral and oblique projections proved to be the most valuable for diagnosis. The lesions were treated surgically via a limited cranio-lateral approach. The lameness improved following surgery.

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“…Lateral lesions were found in 15% of the dogs (10 of 66), which is consistent with previous reports . Although in most reports of LTRT‐OC, the Rottweiler is affected , in our study the Golden Retriever is the most affected breed. This might be explained by local differences in dog breed population.…”
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“…Lateral lesions were found in 15% of the dogs (10 of 66), which is consistent with previous reports . Although in most reports of LTRT‐OC, the Rottweiler is affected , in our study the Golden Retriever is the most affected breed. This might be explained by local differences in dog breed population.…”
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“…The Labrador Retriever and the Bullterrier are often affected bilaterally . Lesions on the lateral trochlear ridge are reported to be more often seen in Rottweilers …”
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