Recommended Articles An year-old, Hungarian half-bred stallion was presented with a history of mixed left hindlimb lameness of 6 months duration. Subchondral bone cyst of the medial femoral condyle and injury of the medial meniscus were diagnosed.
Mozaik porcplasztika a medialis femur condylus osteochondrosis műtéti megoldására
Osteochondral autograft transplantation mosaic arthroplasty was performed, taking osteochondrosis treatment from the less weight-bearing medial border of the medial femoral trochlea of the affected limb, and transplanting them into the cyst during arthroscopy. The lameness was evaluated prior to and one year after the operation with a motion analysis system during treadmill exercise. Considerable improvement of the lameness and the clinical signs as well as successful transplantation of the grafts, and a new hard joint cartilage surface of the osteochondrosis treatment femoral condyle could be detected during follow-up arthroscopy.
Osteochondral autograft osteochondrosis treatment seems to bee a possible alternative for treating subchondral cystic lesions of the medial femoral condyle in horses. A new technique for the surgical osteochondrosis treatment of a subchondral cystic lesion of the medial femoral condyle in the horse is described.
Hangody, L. Orthopedics International Edition 5, Autogenous osteochondrosis treatment graft technique for replacing knee cartilage defects in dogs. Orthopedics International Edition.