PMID: 8683958Mar 1, 1996Paper

Use of external skeletal fixators in the repair of femoral fractures in cats

The Journal of Small Animal Practice
S J Langley-HobbsW T McCartney

Abstract

This paper reports the results of fixation of 35 femoral fractures in cats using an external skeletal fixator alone or in combination with supplementary devices. All the fractures healed. The average time to fixator removal was eight weeks and two days. The external skeletal fixator offers a method of repairing many types of femoral fractures in cats allowing sound orthopaedic principles to be maintained and producing a successful outcome.

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Jul 1, 1997·The Journal of Small Animal Practice·S J Langley-HobbsW T McCartney
Jul 25, 2000·The Journal of Small Animal Practice·W T McCartney, S Carmichael
Jul 28, 2011·Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology : V.C.O.T·E KulendraA House
Oct 27, 2011·Veterinary and Comparative Orthopaedics and Traumatology : V.C.O.T·H R SilvaN Fitzpatrick
Apr 9, 2013·The Journal of Small Animal Practice·T KönningL F H Theyse
Aug 1, 2002·The Veterinary Clinics of North America. Small Animal Practice·Joseph Harari
Jun 9, 2017·Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery·Lee BeeverRichard Meeson
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Mar 22, 2014·Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association·S Emmanuelle KnafoHeather M Knapp-Hoch
Jul 25, 2014·The Journal of Veterinary Medical Science·Norio YamagishiMasahiro Takahashi
May 10, 2017·The Journal of Veterinary Medical Science·Norio YamagishiKimie Iino
Oct 31, 1998·The Veterinary Record·W McCartney

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