Animal Disease 2, exam 3

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What grade patellar luxation is this: patella luxates manually, remains until returned manually. 1/2 time spent in groove
name the OFA grade: tight joint, no luxation, almost complete coverage of femoral head
the most common inherited oprthopedic dz:
to keep the leg dry you may cover it with a plastic bag and rubberband if the animal has a ____ but NOT if it has a _____
Legg-Calve Perthes occurs most often in ___ breeds and develops in _-_ months of age
this treatment for hip dysplasia is good in animals under 30-45 lbs and is excellent for use in cats
Short leash means _ feet max
CHD:
distraction index = __/__
can hip dysplasia be affected by environmental factors?
DJD:
delayed healing may be seen in ______ fractures or older patients.
name the OFA grade: slightly incongruent, good coverage of femoral head
This disease is caused by malformation of cartilage resulting in articular cartilage fractures in the shoulder, elbow, stifle, or hock; typically occurs in large breeds under 1 yr
With this treatment for hip dysplasia activity is restricted for at least 8 weeks to just one floor or room, no stairs or slick floors allowed, and bathroom breaks are the most act
how many times daily should a post-op broken bone repair incision be checked?
This type of fracture has an increased risk of infection and longer healing time
TTA:
medial patellar luxations occur more in ____ breeds
PennHIP uses how many views to determine a score for the hip?
OFA uses how many views to determine a score for the hip?
When the break in a bone occurs in the epiphyseal plate, it is a _______ fracture
75--80% of all patellar luxations are ____
When a bone does not break through the skin it is called a(n) _____ fracture
name the OFA grade: subluxation, partial coverage of femoral head, shallow socket
PennHIP measures the ______ ____
Name the common rear leg locations for osteosarcomas
OFA has _ grades
lateral patellar luxations occur more in ____ breeds
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Treatment for osteosarcoma is _________ if possible
With the TTA repair of a CCL injury, what happens with the gaps
Fractures are usually caused by _____
The treatment for OCD with the shorter recovery time is what?
What grade patellar luxation is this: patella always luxated, cannot be manually reduced.
ligament connects ____-_____
this treatment for hip dysplasia is good in puppies and young dogs that have laxity and are at high risk for developing dysplasia
transposing the tibial crest is a tx for:
in intervertebral disc disease when the jelly-like nucleus escapes it is called
name the OFA grade: subluxation, partial coverage, shallow socket, arthritic changes
name the OFA grade: congruent joint space, most of acetabulum covers femoral head
When a bone breaks into 2 pieces it is called a(n) _____ fracture
DI indicates the _____ out of joint
PennHip is graded on a scale of _ to _
20-25% of all patellar luxations are _____
intervertebral disc disease is a common spinal cord disorder in __________ breeds
Treatment for hip dysplasia includes medical management with ____ and ______
what can be measured, passive or functional hip laxity?
legg-calve perthes is diagnosed by:
PennHIP scores closer to __ are tighter (less chance of dysplasia)
What grade patellar luxation is this: patella luxates manually but returns to normal. spends almost all of time in groove.
a bony spur or osteophyte that is loose is a ____ ____
in intervertebral disc disease when fibrous rings bulge/weaken it is called
patellar luxations are gaded on a scale of _-_
OCD:
Osteosarcoma is more common in what species?
FHO:
diagnosis of cruciate ligament injury is ____ _____ sign
muscular weakness caused by nerve damage/dz, sometimes has partial paralysis
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TPLO:
loss of ability to move in part or most of body, also can include loss of feeling
TPO:
this is a possible treatment for severe cases of legg-calve perthes
name the seven OFA grades in order from best to worst
tendons connect _____-_____
in the equation for DI the d = ____ between the ____
The most common location for osteochondrosis dissecans is the ____
With this treatment for hip dysplasia physical therapy starts soon after the incision heals, animals have good ambulation in 6-8 weeks with max function in 6-10 monthsnote: larger dogs have less chance to be 100% sound
Post op treatment for a cruciate ligament injury includes activity restriction for _ weeks
What grade patellar luxation is this: patella nearly always luxated. can be reduced manually. reluxates when manual pressure is removed.
healthy bone heals in _-_ weeks
This dz is caused by avascular/aspetic necrosis of the femoral head and neck when blood supply to them dies
An open surgical approach to remove the cartilage flap as a tx for OCD has a recovery time of how long?
name the OFA grade: incongruent, no arthritic changes, repeat test in 6 months, 50% do not progress
common stifle injury of dogs causing acute hindlimb lameness, can occur in old or young
a DI of 0.58 means the femoral head comes out of the join by __%
Grades 1 and 2 patellar luxations are the ____ type
OFA:
CCL:
in the equation for DI the r = ____ of the _______ _____
name the common front leg locations for osteosarcomas
When a bone breaks into more than 2 pieces it is called a(n) _____ fracture
Arthroscopic surgery as a treatment for OCD has a recovery time of _____
When a bone breaks through the skin it is called a(n) _____ fracture
PennHIP:
name the OFA grade: subluxation to luxation, partial to no coverage, marked arthritic changes
Grades 3 and 4 patellar luxations are the ____ type
DI:

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