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Companion Animal Practice
Clinically significant developmental radiological changes in the skeletally immature dog: 2. Joints
  1. Elizabeth Baines

    Elizabeth Baines graduated from Cambridge in 1990 and, after eight years in general practice, returned to Cambridge as a resident in radiology. She currently works at the Royal Veterinary College as a lecturer in veterinary radiology. She is an RCVS and European recognised specialist in veterinary diagnostic imaging. Her clinical interests include radiological anatomy and imaging in oncology.


THIS is the second of two articles discussing the radiographic diagnosis of diseases that manifest during the growing period in dogs. Part 1 described diseases affecting the long bones of the appendicular skeleton (In Practice, April 2006, pp 188–199). This article focuses on specific developmental diseases that affect the joints of skeletally immature dogs

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