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Bandaging Quiz

Tisha Harper, DVM, MS, DACVS-SA, CCRP, Department of Veterinary Clinical Medicine, University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine, Urbana, IL

Orthopedics

|December 2014|Peer Reviewed|Web-Exclusive

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Bandaging Quiz

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A 6-year-old beagle presented acutely non-weight-bearing on the right pelvic limb. Physical examination suggested coxofemoral luxation, which was confirmed with radiography. Because no other pelvic abnormalities were detected, closed reduction was performed.

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Which of the following is appropriate to maintain the reduction?

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A 6-month-old, mixed-breed dog was treated for acute traumatic medial luxation of the right scapulohumeral joint. Closed reduction was performed within 48 hours of the injury, and the limb was placed in a spica splint for 14 days. At recheck, the reduction had failed and the humerus was still medially luxated.

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Which factor likely contributed to failed reduction?

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A 2-year-old Labrador retriever presented after being hit by a car. Physical examination revealed superficial abrasions and a pneumothorax, and radiographic findings revealed mid-diaphyseal radial and ulnar fractures. Surgery will be delayed for a day or two until the patient is a better candidate for anesthesia.

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 Which of the following can provide temporary immobilization of the fracture and increase patient comfort?

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An 8-month-old mixed-breed puppy presented with acute traumatic transection of the flexor tendons of the carpus. The tendons were primarily repaired.

Which of the following would best protect the tendon repair?

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A 1-year-old Italian greyhound presented for traumatic injury after jumping out of the owner’s arms. Radiography confirmed fractures of the distal metaphysis of the radius and the ulna.

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Which of the following should be used for primary stabilization of these fractures?

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