CANINE hip dysplasia is an abnormal development of the hip joint. Despite efforts to reduce its incidence by radiographic screening and controlled breeding programmes, it is still a common clinical problem. Whether dealing with a young dog with lax, subluxating hips or an adult animal with advanced osteoarthritis, the same dilemma often faces the clinician - will surgery benefit the patient and, if so, which procedure is most appropriate?
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