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Ilium-femoral suture technique using wire of polydioxanone for hip joint stabilization in a dog with traumatic hip dislocation / Técnica de sutura ílio-femoral com fio de polidioxanona para estabilização da articulação coxofemoral em cão com luxação coxofemoral traumática

Gaiga, Leandro Haczkiewicz; Pigatto, João Antonio Tadeu; Constantin, Carla Lempk; Susin, Talita.
Acta sci. vet. (Online); 44(supl): 01-06, 2016. ilus
Artigo em Português | VETINDEX | ID: vti-14980


Background: The hip dislocation is the most common traumatic dislocation in dogs. Surgical treatment has better results, but there is still no consensus on the best technique. This study aims to report a case of traumatic hip dislocation in a dog, in which case it was decided by extra-articular stabilization, using absorbable monofilament wire of Polydioxanone, through implementing the Ilium-Femoral Suture Technique. This surgical thread is composed of a poly dioxanone polymer and differs from polyglycolic acid and polyglactin 910 by being a monofilament. The surgical technique consists of making a tunnel in the ileum body, in dorsolateral-ventromedial direction and another in the greater trochanter, in the caudally skull. The stabilization is achieved using one or more sutures standard 8, passing through the two tunnels. The vast majority of published works on the subject, reports the use of non-absorbable wires, such as surgical nylon or polyamide in the making of this type of suture, justifying the relevance of this report. Case: A Belgian Malinois breed dog of 2.5-year-old, female, was treated at a private clinic in the city of Porto Alegre, RS, Brazil, with trauma history by trampling. The patient had lack of member support and maintenance of the same in external rotation. General anesthesia of the patient, with 5 of Propofol (Propovan®), preceded by the [...](AU)
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