Philippos Uttara: Four Dogs And A Bone PDF OnlineCongenital limb deformities are very rare conditions and the knowledge about etiology, pathogenesis, clinical presentation and treatment is still poor. Moreover, many defects are still not reported in veterinary literature. This report documents clinical and radiographic findings in three dogs with congenital deformity involving the distal extremities. Case 1 was affected with bilateral aphalangia of the pedes, case 2 presented a combination of brachydactyly and syndactyly, whereas in case 3 a unilateral ectrodactyly was observed. Moreover, association between syndactyly and brachydactyly has still not been reported. Congenital skeletal deformities, also referred as dysostoses, are defects arising from errors during development and characterized by abnormal growth of individual bones or part of bones Noden and de Lahunta,
Four Dogs & A Bone
Congenital deformity of the distal extremities in three dogs
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