Prof Walter Renberg
Either Open - skin wound communicating with fracture site.
Or Closed - overlying skin is intact.
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Epiphyseal fracture: distal radius +- ulna
Fluid therapy: for hemorrhage
Fracture fixation: casts
Fracture fixation: external skeletal fixator
Fracture fixation: plate
Fracture: external fixation
Fracture: internal fixation
Greyhound: tarsal fractures
Growth plate fracture repair
Incomplete ossification of the humeral condyle (IOHC) / Humeral intracondylar fissure (HIF)
Limber tail syndrome
Metacarpus, metatarsus and phalanges: fracture
Patella: medial luxation
Radius and ulna: fracture
Spine: fracture / luxation
Stifle: avulsion of associated muscle
Stifle: instability due to other ligament insufficiency
Stifle: rupture of the patellar ligament
Tarsus: Achilles tendon laceration
Temporomandibular joint: fracture
Tibia and fibula: fracture
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