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Approach to the hip joint and how to do a good femoral head and neck excision

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Figure 1: Skin incision.
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Figure 2: Biceps femoris muscle.
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Figure 3: Deeper dissection.
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Figure 4: L-shaped tenotomy.
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Figure 5: Joint capsule incision.
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Figure 6: Disarticulation of the hip.
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Figure 7: Angle of osteotomy.
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Figure 8: Six month post-operative radiograph following femoral head and neck excision in a West Highland white terrier. The left hip has formed a pseudoarthrosis, there is infilling of the acetabulum with bone and there is foreshortening of the left femur on the radiograph due to the limited hip extension.

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